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Tim Hortons to open new outlet in Maharashtra

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The new store will open at Khalapur on the Mumbai Pune Expressway

New Delhi: International coffeehouse and restaurant chain Tim Hortons has announced in a social media post that it will open a new outlet on December 29 at Mumbai Pune Expressway, HPCL Petrol Pump, after Khalapur Toll plaza.

“Save the date as we’re all set to brew up deliciousness on 29th December at Mumbai Pune Expressway, HPCL Petrol Pump, after Khalapur Toll with guaranteed surprises in store for everyone,” wrote the official LinkedIn handle of Tim Hortons while sharing a video.

Currently, there are 25 Tim Hortons outlets in India and this will be the brand’s 26th outlet in the country. The 25th store was launched in Punjab this month.

The cafe chain made its Indian debut in August 2022 by opening two outlets in the National Capital Region (NCR). The brand entered India through an exclusive master franchise agreement with AG Café, a joint venture entity jointly owned by the retail conglomerate Apparel Group and Gateway Partners, an emerging markets alternative investment manager.

Currently, the coffee retailer is present in cities including Bengaluru, New Delhi, Chandigarh, Pune, Gurugram, Noida, Ludhiana and Mumbai.

The company was founded in 1964 by Canadian hockey players Tim Horton and Jim Charade. Globally, Tim Hortons is operated by Restaurant Brands International Inc. with over 5,100 restaurants across 15 countries.

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