We already have McDonald’s delivery via mobile orders through Uber Eats in supported cities, and now it looks like Tim Hortons is next.
The coffee chain launched food delivery in three cities earlier this week on Monday, through a partnership with food delivery app Skip the Dishes.
Vancouver, Ottawa and Edmonton are the first cities to participate, with 148 restaurants in total participating in this test.
“I think we came in with a mindset that we have to listen to our guests and adapt to their changing needs,” said Alex Macedo, president of Tim Hortons, told CBC News.
Tim Hortons says it plans to expand delivery to new cities in the coming months.
As for other changes coming to Tim Hortons, this September it plans to release a kids menu and launch a loyalty program, which will eventually be integrated into its existing iOS and Android apps.
The company is current piloting all-day breakfast at roughly 50 locations, in an attempt to keep up with similar offerings from rivals McDonald’s and A&W.
Nearly one year ago, Tim Hortons launched a new mobile order and pay app, which supports Apple Pay.
Let us know if you’re going to try this out with Tim Hortons and Skip the Dishes.