Canadian chain Tim Hortons is planning an expansion in the UK that will create about 2,000 jobs.
Despite, seeing a collapse in sales, the company known for its coffee and doughnuts, is hoping to capitalise on the rising demand for drive-through dining brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
Tim Hortons said it will open drive-outlets in “every major city and town” over the next two years, starting with Milton Keynes.
Chief commercial officer of Tim Hortons UK and Ireland, Kevin Hydes, told the Telegraph: “Despite challenging times for the sector, our drive-thru and flagship locations have delivered exceptional performance and our model is proving to be well attuned to the evolving needs of customers at this time.”
The brand, owned by fast food giant Restaurant Brands