Tim Hortons quietly debuts ‘made to order’ garden and Caesar salads in Canada

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Canada’s largest quick serve restaurant chain debuted the new “made to order” salads this month at its Canadian restaurants: a garden salad topped by tomato, cucumber and red onion and served with balsamic vinaigrette, and a Caesar salad, retailing for $3.79 and $4.26, respectively.

TORONTO — Tim Hortons has quietly introduced salads to its lunch lineup, following similar leafy green menu additions from rivals McDonald’s Canada and Starbucks late last year.

Canada’s largest quick serve restaurant chain debuted the new “made to order” salads this month at its Canadian restaurants: a garden salad topped by tomato, cucumber and red onion and served with balsamic vinaigrette, and a Caesar salad, retailing for $3.79 and $4.26, respectively. Customers can add grilled or crispy chicken strips to either salad for an extra $2.

The “made to order” distinction is an important one, as it highlights an effort Tim Hortons made to give customers a better view of freshly prepared food beginning in 2013, more than a year before it merged with Burger King in a $12.5-billion deal.

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