Tim Hortons (New England), Inc., a subsidiary of Wendy's International, has reached a conditional agreement to acquire Bess Eaton coffee and donut restaurants.
More than 3,000 Wendy's restaurants now accept credit cards, with more stores being added each week.
Highlights include record revenues and improved same-store sales at Wendy's and Tim Horton's.
As part of Wendy’s "Let Kids Be Choosy” market test, over 400 East Coast Wendy’s units will offer kids’ meals with milk in plastic containers and fresh fruit cups in lieu of French fries.
Wendy's has announced a comprehensive effort to make consumers aware that nutrition and ingredient information is readily available.
After months of negative same store sales, Wendy's stores report positive numbers.
New “four under ten” meals highlight healthier eating without altering menu.
Chain says report of BSE in Canada is not significant enough to warrant changes in its business approach.
Wendy's has announced preliminary same-store sales for January 2003.
Today Wendy's International, Inc., reported results for 2002, highlighted by record systemwide sales of $9.4 billion, up 12.7 percent from the previous year.