Tim Hortons is now offering almond beverage and 100 per cent Canadian skim milk in restaurants across Canada for guests to enjoy.
The company said it heard feedback from many guests who wanted beverages with a non-dairy alternative. Based on further research, it found customers who requested a non-dairy alternative would opt for almond beverages more than others.
Tim Hortons is partnering with Danone to have its Silk Almond Beverage made available to restaurants and guests.
“We know many Canadians have a growing desire for plant-based products, both for the nutritional benefits and delicious taste,” said Danone’s vice-president of marketing, strategy, and insights, Jeremy Oxley. “Silk Almond Beverage clearly meets this need. In addition to its great taste, it is free from dairy, lactose, soy, and gluten, plus it provides a number of essential nutrients.”
There will be no additional cost to add skim milk to any beverage, or for almond beverage to be added to brewed or iced coffee and hot teas.
Prices will vary by region when almond beverage is added to espresso-based beverages, tea lattes, or frozen beverages like Iced Capps.