Wilson Farms and Tim Horton’s said they’re teaming to offer Tim Horton’s premium beverages and baked goods at several Wilson Farms locations in western New York.
Six Wilson Farms stores will feature Tim Horton’s self-serve kiosks with freshly ground one-cup-at-a-time coffee, cappuccinos and espressos and a variety of Tim Horton’s baked goods.
“This venture marks an important milestone in the history of both Wilson Farms and Tim Horton’s as the two businesses come together with these six-store test locations in the Syracuse region,” said Paul Nanula, Wilson Farms CEO and president, adding that the two companies are united under a common goal: ultimate customer satisfaction.
Tim Horton’s recently entered the Western New York market with three stores and three more to follow by the end of the year.
“Our partnership with Wilson Farms is another way we can provide customers with convenience, quality products and great value. “said Mike Meilleur, vice president of U.S. operations for Tim Horton’s.
Established in 1969, Wilson Farms Neighborhood Food Stores are locally owned. The chain currently operates 195 convenience store and gas station locations across New York State. Over the years, Wilson Farms has evolved to fit the changing needs of customers, today offering quality farm-fresh produce, convenient meal solutions, freshly made sandwiches, gourmet coffee and a wide selection of other beverages as well as an intensive line of grocery, frozen and dairy products.
Tim Horton’s is the fourth-largest publicly traded QSR chain in North America and the largest in Canada.