The small, but tasty Dutchie Timbit is among the 24 less-popular items Tim Hortons is taking off its menu in a bid to become more efficient.
The company wants to simplify the process in-store and get customers served more quickly, according to 680News Business Editor Richard Southern.
“They want to make the display a little cleaner, and this is all in an effort to reduce lineups,” Southern said.
“There’s not much room for them to grow. There is, figuratively speaking, a Tim Hortons on every corner.”
Meanwhile the company is trying out a fried crispy chicken sandwich and a darker roast coffee to attract Starbucks customers.
Here’s a list of some of the items cut from the menu, according to The Canadian Press. The company said it would continue to offer the products until they run out.
- Mixed Berry Smoothie
- Blueberry Danish
- Chocolate Danish
- Double Berry Muffin
- Walnut Crunch doughnut
- Timbit Dutchie
- Gingerbread Man Cookies