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You Can Now Order Beyond Meat Burgers At Tim Hortons

You Can Now Order Beyond Meat Burgers At Tim Hortons

By Thomas Kenzaki

If you’re a fan of Tim Hortons' new Beyond Meat breakfast sandwiches, you’re going to love this news. Tim Hortons has just introduced new plant based Beyond Meat burgers, called Beyond Burgers, to their menu.

After a successful roll out of their Beyond Meat breakfast sandwiches nationwide across Canada, Tim Hortons is now offering Canadians burgers for the first time in history.

"We're excited to be able to offer our guests a burger for the very first time. With nearly 4,000 Tim Hortons locations across the country, we are the largest quick service restaurant in Canada to add the Beyond Burger to our menu and at just $5.69.” – Mike Hancock, Chief Operating Officer, Tim Hortons

A&W has been offering Beyond Meat burgers at their restaurants since 2018 and now with the addition of Tim Hortons, Canadians will be able to purchase the alternative meat burgers at more places than ever before.

Here’s a description from Tim Hortons for the 2 new Beyond Burgers that you can choose from:

  • The Beyond Burger features Beyond Meat's delicious 100% plant-based patty topped with processed cheese, fresh tomato slices, shredded lettuce, ketchup, mustard and mayonnaise on a sesame seed bun. $5.69*
  • The BBQ Beyond Burger is a treat for taste buds with Beyond Meat's delicious 100% plant-based patty topped with processed cheese, fresh tomato slices, shredded lettuce, BBQ sauce and mayonnaise. $5.69*
*Prices vary by region, plus applicable taxes.

You can enjoy a Beyond Meat burger for lunch or dinner (sorry breakfast fans) at more than 4,000 Tim Hortons locations across Canada starting today.

Are you a fan of Beyond Meat? Let us know in the comments below what you think of this new addition to the Tim Hortons menu.


Source: Tim Hortons

39 Comments

    • I think that fking chicken $1.99 might have been a variant of something similar cuz it is so rubbery.
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    • My wife tried the veggie burger the other day but wasn’t impressed.
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    • mrweather wrote:
      Jun 4th, 2019 7:15 am
      My wife tried the veggie burger the other day but wasn’t impressed.
      at A&W? What's her recommendation for better?
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    • Oh my god, IT'S PEOPLE!!!!
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    • badOne wrote:
      Jun 3rd, 2019 11:29 pm
      I think that fking chicken $1.99 might have been a variant of something similar cuz it is so rubbery.
      LOL yeah even if it is bad it cannot be much worse than what passes for "meat" there.
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    • Tim Hortons is for coffee and baked goods. I can kind of see breakfast, since muffins, croissants etc. are breakfasty anyway. But they really should stop trying to be a full fast food restaurant. If I ever eat lunch at Tim Hortons, it's because I'm in a small town I don't know and there are really no other options.
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    • ReeGee wrote:
      Jun 4th, 2019 12:41 pm
      at A&W? What's her recommendation for better?
      This thread is about Tim Hortons...

      The veggie burger at Harvey’s was decent. Not sure if it still is.
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    • mrweather wrote:
      Jun 4th, 2019 5:32 pm
      This thread is about Tim Hortons...

      The veggie burger at Harvey’s was decent. Not sure if it still is.
      The article link doesn't work and I figure the thread referring to a beyond meat breakfast sandwich since I've never heard of Tims serving burgers. I assumed you meant your wife tried it at A&W which is the only place that has beyond meat burgers on the menu
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    • i am a vagitarian not a vegetarian
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    • Manatus wrote:
      Jun 4th, 2019 1:20 pm
      Tim Hortons is for coffee and baked goods.
      It is?
      The last time I had a donut there I cried because it ruined my memory of what donuts were actually like.
      If I ever eat lunch at Tim Hortons, it's because I'm in a small town I don't know and there are really no other options.
      I don't know... I'd still rather gamble on a small town restaurant than literally anything that's a passing resemblance to "food" at Tim's.
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    • Tims has Beyond Meat on their breakfast menu - one is Beyond Sausage and Egg sandwich ('sausage', cheese, egg, english muffin), with the combo the cost is under $7. A&W offers the same breakfast combo but the price was almost $10. I tried both places yesterday.
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    • Its sucks. It is changed a bit because its to substitute sausage. It also tastes nothing like the A&W burger which is also double the size. So the Tims one is obviously a different version and it sucks lol
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    • I hate the hashbrowns at Tim Hortons. They don't have a fryer so it's baked. It's not even baked at a high enough temp to be crispy so it's half chewy rubbery.
      It is possible to get crispy baked hashbrowns with my home oven! Why the heck can't Timmies??
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    • shutterbug wrote:
      Jun 18th, 2019 9:48 pm
      Why the heck can't Timmies??
      I can't even figure out why they have food in the first place.
      There isn't anything on the menu that's even edible let alone passable.
      Why they keep trying to push food is beyond me...
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    • death_hawk wrote:
      Jun 16th, 2019 2:42 pm
      It is?
      The last time I had a donut there I cried because it ruined my memory of what donuts were actually like.


      I don't know... I'd still rather gamble on a small town restaurant than literally anything that's a passing resemblance to "food" at Tim's.
      Is there a thread on anything Tim's where you don't have a 1/2 dozen posts ripping into anything and everything about it the company? They can hire Chef Ramsey to personally concoct your donut and sandwich, Juan Carlos to brew your coffee fresh for you and you would still find a reason to bash and hate. It seems to be very personal with you, perhaps seek someone to speak to. I'm sure the over 5 million customers that go there every day find the food and drink perfectly acceptable.
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    • ottofly wrote:
      Jun 19th, 2019 11:52 am
      They can hire Chef Ramsey to personally concoct your donut and sandwich, Juan Carlos to brew your coffee fresh for you and you would still find a reason to bash and hate.
      My main issue is with ingredient quality.
      If Chef Ramsey actually made a donut there I'd be over the moon because it'd actually be good.
      Hell if they used whipped cream instead of whipped topping I'd be marginally happy.
      I'm sure the over 5 million customers that go there every day find the food and drink perfectly acceptable.
      I think I'm right because Tim's is posting worse and worse quarterly results. People are realizing it's shit and moving on.
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    • death_hawk wrote:
      Jun 19th, 2019 2:34 pm
      My main issue is with ingredient quality.
      If Chef Ramsey actually made a donut there I'd be over the moon because it'd actually be good.
      Hell if they used whipped cream instead of whipped topping I'd be marginally happy.


      I think I'm right because Tim's is posting worse and worse quarterly results. People are realizing it's shit and moving on.
      Umm, no you are not right. Stop going on and on about food quality, the donuts have been made off premises for well over 15 years, now it is suddenly an issue? Sure. Instead of 5.3 million visitors/day they've dropped to 5.1 million. :D New store opens every 10 days lol. Real reason for the decline is MCD giving FREE coffee for full week straight and $1.00/any size coffee almost monthly. Reality is, even as someone who goes to Tim's like me, I head straight for MCD when they have these offers. A FREE coffee always tastes better than a $1.79 coffee. The lineups and wait is as bad as ever. Try harder.
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    • ottofly wrote:
      Jun 19th, 2019 2:46 pm
      Umm, no you are not right.
      Their quarterly results tend to disagree with this.
      Just above their CEO said that the cold was to blame for slowing sales.
      Stop going on and on about food quality, the donuts have been made off premises for well over 15 years, now it is suddenly an issue?

      When have I ever said it's a recent issue.
      I've had issues since literally the first day of offsite production.
      It was a giant noticeable change.

      Sure. Instead of 5.3 million visitors/day they've dropped to 5.1 million.
      That's a 5% drop in clientele. That's pretty damn significant.
      Real reason for the decline is MCD giving FREE coffee for full week straight and $1.00/any size coffee almost monthly.
      Nah. It's the cold.
      The lineups and wait is as bad as ever.

      Maybe I'm the only one with taste buds...
      Try harder.
      Someone tell that to Tim's please.
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    • mrweather wrote:
      Jun 4th, 2019 7:15 am
      My wife tried the veggie burger the other day but wasn’t impressed.
      Me neither. No more veggie/fake meat burgers for me.
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    • I generally have a double beyond meat burger @ A&W and a beyond meat burger + fried egg @ Richtree Eaton Centre on a weekly basis.
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    • All the vegetarians finally have a reason to go to TIMs besides the coffee!!!!!!!
      Guess what my friends working at Tim Hortons told me, "The beyond are not always fresh, i wont recommend you to go for it."


      Nanadatto!!!!!!!
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    • Tried beyond sausage, and it tastes like real sausage.
      Pretty good imho.
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    • NyankoSensei12 wrote:
      Jul 2nd, 2019 1:12 pm
      Guess what my friends working at Tim Hortons told me, "The beyond are not always fresh, i wont recommend you to go for it."
      This could be said about everything on their menu....
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    • death_hawk wrote:
      Jul 2nd, 2019 4:55 pm
      This could be said about everything on their menu....
      It's too bad this was just a publicity stunt and not something that was going on the menu:

      https://www.cnn.com/2019/06/26/business ... index.html

      But nice to see somebody stand up to the vegans. Remember - our ancestors were not vegan. Humanity isn't extinct. So they must have been doing (eating) the right thing....
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    • NyankoSensei12 wrote:
      Jul 2nd, 2019 1:12 pm
      All the vegetarians finally have a reason to go to TIMs besides the coffee!!!!!!!
      It is indeed good news. Since Tims removed the egg salad sandwich from their menu there has been no way for vegetarians to get protein at Tims.
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    • On topic. The beyond meat sausage is quite good.

      Off topic. Man vegetarians are confusing.... Some eat eggs, but no cheese, some eat cheese but no eggs. Some eat both, some eat neither. Fish also a wild card, as well as game meat. How do you determine and still fall under same umbrella? At least a vegan is consistent, while I consider them nuts, I can certainly respect their choices.
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    • Gutty96 wrote:
      Jul 3rd, 2019 4:59 pm
      On topic. The beyond meat sausage is quite good.

      Off topic. Man vegetarians are confusing.... Some eat eggs, but no cheese, some eat cheese but no eggs. Some eat both, some eat neither. Fish also a wild card, as well as game meat. How do you determine and still fall under same umbrella? At least a vegan is consistent, while I consider them nuts, I can certainly respect their choices.
      it's actually very simple
      vegetarian= no animal flesh and whether you decide to eat eggs or cheese or not still makes you a vegetarian.
      vegan=no animal products at all (this includes products tested on animals)
      and someone who eats fish would not qualify as a vegetarian but instead theyre called pescatarian.
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    • oroku1983 wrote:
      Jul 3rd, 2019 5:08 pm
      it's actually very simple
      vegetarian= no animal flesh and whether you decide to eat eggs or cheese or not still makes you a vegetarian.
      vegan=no animal products at all (this includes products tested on animals)
      and someone who eats fish would not qualify as a vegetarian but instead theyre called pescatarian.
      Interesting.... Thank you. I don't understand the egg part, as it is still what will develop into the "flesh" they don't want to eat. Texture or how you cook it shouldn't change the fact it is an animals body. Dairy makes sense to the "not animal flesh" idea though.

      Where does game meat fit in? I have friend who is vegetarian ( her term, not mine ) but has no issue eating the meat her husband brings home from hunting. As it was "not raised to be slaughtered, but as nature intended"
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    • shes an ethical meat eater but not a vegetarian.
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    • I find it's just easier to have them tell you what they don't eat instead of categorizing.

      Even vegans are confusing if they're doing the raw vegan thing.
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    • raw vegan is just a stupid hippie fad that won't go away. They actually think warming up food is harmful to your body or something LOL.
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    • Gutty96 wrote:
      Jul 3rd, 2019 5:11 pm
      Interesting.... Thank you. I don't understand the egg part, as it is still what will develop into the "flesh" they don't want to eat. Texture or how you cook it shouldn't change the fact it is an animals body.
      Hens lay eggs without needing to mate, so almost all eggs sold commercially are unfertilized and will never develop or hatch. Eggs are also 'candled' to check that there is no embryo developing prior to sale because most of us would be pretty freaked out to crack open an egg and find a dead chick skeleton-type thing inside. So basically although eggs come from meat, it's very very unlikely that any of the eggs you eat could ever become meat.
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    • Gutty96 wrote:
      Jul 3rd, 2019 4:59 pm
      On topic. The beyond meat sausage is quite good.

      Off topic. Man vegetarians are confusing.... Some eat eggs, but no cheese, some eat cheese but no eggs. Some eat both, some eat neither. Fish also a wild card, as well as game meat. How do you determine and still fall under same umbrella? At least a vegan is consistent, while I consider them nuts, I can certainly respect their choices.
      Meat eaters are no different, each choosing to eat different things. Some won’t touch bear meat or venison. Some will eat dogs and rats while most others won’t. Everyone has their own personal line they draw in their own place. That’s everyone’s own choice and nobody should have to answer to anyone else for it.

      I am mostly a vegetarian. I eat dairy and eggs. I only eat meat if it is wild caught, which limits me to fish and game. I say that I am a vegetarian because that’s the easiest thing to explain, is easy for most to understand, and is true most of the time.
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    • Manatus wrote:
      Jul 3rd, 2019 6:42 pm
      most of us would be pretty freaked out to crack open an egg and find a dead chick skeleton-type thing inside.
      And then there's China with Balut
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    • Gutty96 wrote:
      Jul 3rd, 2019 5:11 pm
      Interesting.... Thank you. I don't understand the egg part, as it is still what will develop into the "flesh" they don't want to eat. Texture or how you cook it shouldn't change the fact it is an animals body. Dairy makes sense to the "not animal flesh" idea though.

      Where does game meat fit in? I have friend who is vegetarian ( her term, not mine ) but has no issue eating the meat her husband brings home from hunting. As it was "not raised to be slaughtered, but as nature intended"
      mother nature did not intend for the slaughter of its wild life to fulfill human cravings for violence.
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    • oroku1983 wrote:
      Jul 3rd, 2019 5:16 pm
      shes an ethical meat eater but not a vegetarian.
      There is nothing ethical about the taking of life.
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    • brandonly wrote:
      Jul 3rd, 2019 8:02 pm
      mother nature did not intend for the slaughter of its wild life to fulfill human cravings for violence.
      You sure about that? Are we ant different than lion or a bear or a wolf in nature?

      The majority of modern human history depended on hunting and gathering as its primary source of food supply. If you didn't hunt you didn't eat. Same as any animal.

      The concept of growing, and farming animals as well as plants to feed humans is a relatively new concept to modern humans.
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    • brandonly wrote:
      Jul 3rd, 2019 8:02 pm
      mother nature did not intend for the slaughter of its wild life to fulfill human cravings for violence.
      say that to all the carniverous and omniverous species that exist today, including us because why else would we have teeth and enzymes designed for digesting meat?
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    • brandonly wrote:
      Jul 3rd, 2019 8:03 pm
      There is nothing ethical about the taking of life.
      surely you can admit to there being a difference between factory farming and hunting animals in the wild?

      If you want to argue about the environmental effects in farming animals then go ahead but please stop with the kumbaya nonsense. The animal kingdom is nothing but suffering and brutalit yet you seem to have this childlike idea that all the animals live peacefully in the forest together like a cartoon.
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