Freshly Cracked Eggs Now At Tim Hortons Across Canada

What’s cracking at Greater Sudbury’s Tim Horton’s theses days? Freshly, cracked eggs.

As part of the Tim Hortons “back-to-basics strategy” of elevating the quality of their menu items. In this case, they’re removing the ‘rubber’ pucks and including freshly, cracked eggs on their breakfast sandwiches.

“Guests loved the change and they couldn’t wait for today’s official launch,” says Chef Tallis Voakes, the new Culinary Lead at Tim Hortons, in a release.

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“Tims is committed to delivering better food quality across the board and that’s really exemplified by the move to freshly cracked eggs, along with the other important changes we made with elevating the bacon and English muffins and buttery biscuits for our breakfast sandwiches. There are more amazing food changes coming to Tim Hortons this year and I’m so excited for guests from coast to coast to coast to try them.”

Good news for drive-thru breakfast goers is also good news for the Egg Farmers of Canada, who have partnered up with Tim Hortons on this one. All eggs for the Tim Hortons Breakfast Sandwich will be sourced from Canadian egg farmers. They’ll also be displaying the Egg Quality Assurance (EQA) certification mark, which signifies the use of top-quality Canadian eggs that meet all food and safety standards.

“We are thrilled that Tim Hortons is displaying our Egg Quality Assurance certification mark on their advertisements for freshly cracked menu offerings, showcasing their commitment to sourcing high quality Canadian eggs and supporting the 1,100 hardworking Canadian egg farmers who produce them every day to world-class standards,” said Roger Pelissero, Chair of Egg Farmers of Canada in the same release.

Late last year, Tim Hortons introduced introduced crispier, naturally smoked bacon and new fluffy, buttered English muffins as part of their breakfast sandwich revamp.

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