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Iceee
09-02-2019, 04:27 PM
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I am a Sunni Muslim working at Tim Hortons for 4 years. I am writing this post because there's so many friends/relatives/family members as well as our Muslim guests who come in wanting to know which foods are halal at our small Coffee Cafe/restaurant. As we continue to expand and grow, more Muslims want to know the answers so here you go:


Halal Foods:

Most of the foods you eat at Tim Hortons is halal. Coffee, All Hot and Cold Beverages, Donuts, muffins, cookies, pastries, bagels.

Though these products may not always be healthy, they are all halal in the sense that Imams will come in and order these products.

As for the breakfast items, Eggs and Hashbrowns (Potato) are allowed. The Beyond Sausage Egg and Cheese as well as The Beyond Sausage Lettuce Tomato is also halal as it's not pork, but rather Plant Based meat.

For lunch, Tim Hortons now has the Vegan Beyond Burger and BBQ Beyond Burger which is Plant Based as well.
Potato Wedge are halal.

As for Soups, there's the Vegetable soups available which is halal as well as Oatmeal. Vegetable Soups include the Harvest Vegetable and Broccoli soup.

Non Halal Foods:

Anything containing Bacon and Sausage is definitely not halal. This includes the Bacon and Cheese Omelette bits.

Chicken Noodle Soup as well as the Potato Bacon Soup is not halal. It contains meat.

Questionable:

The $1.99 Chicken Sandwich, Chicken Tenders, Cheese Croissant (they are made with Cheddar Cheese), and Cheddar Cheese. These products depends for a variety of reasons. Before buying these products, consult a Imam or Scholar beforehand.

If you have any questions contact Tim Hortons Guest Services: https://www.knowledgeforce.com/casem...orm/timhortons


Contact Guest Services if you have a question about a Tim Hortons contest, marketing campaign or email, nutritional information, or any other corporate initiatives.
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Mandy
09-03-2019, 03:17 AM
Thank you for the good information.
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Iceee
09-04-2019, 01:12 AM
My Pleasure,

If anyone has any questions, feel free to ask.
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