Serving High-Quality and Great Tasting Food Every Day

At Restaurant Brands International, we’re passionate about our food and are committed to serving food that our guests can trust. Foundational to this are our strict food safety standards, and our commitments to serving high-quality ingredients, listening, and responding to customers’ evolving preferences, as well as improving nutrition and transparency.

Our key areas of focus in our food pillar are:

Food Safety High-Quality
Offering Choice
Nutrition and

Our Objectives and Our Progress

Summary Ongoing Goals

Food Safety
We provide guests around the world with safe, high-quality and great-tasting food by maintaining industry-leading standards for vendor quality and food safety.
  1. Our Tim Hortons, Burger King, Popeyes, and Firehouse Subs restaurants worldwide are subject to rigorous food safety inspections on a regular schedule.

  2. Our suppliers are required to be certified under the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI).

High-Quality Ingredients
Our brands continue to make substantial changes to their menus to embrace and promote high-quality, freshly prepared, and locally sourced food.
  1. In 2020, Tim Hortons removed artificial colours, flavours and preservatives from the English Muffin and Biscuit in Canada and is working toward having a menu that will also be free of artificial colours, flavours and preservatives.

  2. By 2025, at Popeyes in the U.S., we're working towards offering a menu that is free from colours and flavours from artificial sources wherever possible.

Improving Choice, Nutrition, and Transparency
It's important for guests to feel good about our food. We are working to provide guests with balanced menu options and to equip them with the information to make educated choices about their meals to fit their individual lifestyles.
  1. Around the world, our brands have continued to expand options for guests looking for plant-based menu items.

  2. As a member of the U.S. Children's Food and Beverage Advertising Initiative and European Union (EU Pledge) programs, Burger King only advertises meals and products to children under the age of 12 that meet established nutrition criteria in each respective geography.

  3. We strive to make detailed nutrition, ingredients and allergen information increasingly accessible within restaurants, as well as our mobile and online platforms.

  4. We are working toward setting forward-looking targets across existing menu items at Burger King restaurants globally focusing on nutrients of concern, including sodium, fat and sugar.

  5. Tim Hortons will focus on setting forward-looking targets to reduce sugar in their beverages.

  6. Popeyes will set forward-looking targets to reduce sodium across existing entrees, meal combinations and side dishes.