TIM HORTONS CADBURY MINI EGGS donut REVIEW VIDEO

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  1. foodieboy

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    Fie in a dire
     
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    Still boycotting Tim Horton’s, but those look pretty okay haha
     
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    Why boycotting them ? lol
     
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    Quality and service were both hurt when they sold the company to a Brazilian conglomerate
     
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    They seem to be doing good now and putting out a lot of new products. maybe you'll reconsider and try the out ?
     
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    Maybe

    I’m not really boycotting them, just preferred their fresh baked goods, they stopped baking fresh years ago.

    They par bake everything and ship it to stores frozen, they used to make everything from scratch locally
     
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    Local freshness would be good. But I also get that they want their products to look and taste the same countrywide .
     
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    They already did, it was more to save money, they didn’t want to pay a baker for every major store.

    Sacrifice quality for a better profit margin
     
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    Everyone knows having a Tim Horton’s franchise is a license to print money almost. I’d prefer it fresh too, but it’s a cut into their already great profits
     
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    Yeah, every Canadian feels oddly attached to a rather average Brazilian owned donut shop lol... granted franchise owners are more local, but all their fees leave the continent.
     

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