Coffee Time

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Coffee Time
Type Private
Industry Restaurants
Founded Bolton, Ontario (1982)
Headquarters Toronto, Ontario
Key people Tom Michalopoulos
Products Coffee
Doughnuts
Doughnut Holes
Bagels
Muffins
Soups
Sandwiches
Iced cappuccinos
Ice cream
Parent Chairman's Brand Corporation
Website Coffeetime.com

Coffee Time is a chain of Canadian coffee shops. The company is a competitor of the Tim Hortons chain in the Greater Toronto Area. It is headquartered in Scarborough, Ontario

Charity work[edit]

Coffee Time funds an estimated 175 events and community organizations annually including:

History[edit]

A restaurant in Bloordale Village, Toronto.

Coffee Time was founded in 1982 by Tom Michalopoulos in Bolton, Ontario, and now operates 300 stores in Ontario, Alberta, and Quebec, as well as:

There are plans to expand to Egypt, United States, Qatar, Kuwait, and Saudi Arabia.

In October 2006, Chairman's Brand Corporation (Coffee Time's parent company) purchased the Afton Food Group, which owned Robin's Donuts, 241 Pizza, and Mrs. Powell's Cinnamon Buns.

Coffee Time Arena[edit]

An indoor soccer arena was built in 1998 in Vaughan, Ontario, and it was named "Coffee Time Arena." Located about 300 m east of Martin Grove Road (location number 7500/7700), it is near an industrialized area and north of Vaughan Grove Sports Park. The complex also includes an outdoor soccer field. The name was used for only three years before the arena was sold and renamed "The Soccer Centre" in the early-2000s.

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