From thecourier.co.uk The Toronto-based chain has been dubbed the Canadian
Despite its being a moderate-sized coffee chain, it’s growing faster than you can say, “Latte please.” It currently has 243 stores but has a whopping 103 locations in development. It could be closing in on 350 outlets, if it all materializes.
Tonn will take the helm at Roasters after a successful 15-year career at Pacific Northwest National Lab (PNNL) where he served in various roles, most recently as a financial specialist. Tonn received both a bachelor’s degree in business administration and his Master of Business Administration from Washington State University.
New and existing BIGGBY® COFFEE owner-operators alike are eligible for the program, which is offered in priority markets around the country, including Michigan, Wisconsin, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, South Carolina and Florida.
Tim Hortons, Canada’s largest coffee chain, has stopped selling Beyond Meat’s plant-based products after just seven months in a sign that some consumers aren’t ready to swap all their meat-based sandwiches and burgers for vegetarian alternatives.