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Rabba Fine Foods opens Tim Hortons location in Milton, Ont.

Tim Hortons has been part of Rabba's offering at many of its c-store locations since 2015.
Two employees stand in front of a Tim Hortons kiosk at a Rabba location.
Rabba and Tim Hortons team members prepare to serve customers at newest Tim Hortons location at 10220 Derry Rd, Milton.

Rabba Fine Foods, the GTA’s neighbourhood marketplace, has opened a new Tim Hortons counter inside of its 10220 Derry Rd market in Milton – its twelfth across its network.

“Our customers turn to us to provide convenience as they shop our markets,” says Rick Rabba, president of Rabba Fine Foods. “Tim Hortons has become a trusted partner and our customers love the options of breakfast, beverage and baked good offerings.”

Rabba’s markets are known for serving the local neighbourhood twenty-four hours a day, seven days per week with fresh produce and grocery on-the-go. The addition of this Tim Hortons location will include hot breakfast meals, hot and cold beverages as well as sweet and savory baked goods. 

“We are confident this new location will elevate our customers’ experience, allowing them to enjoy a Tim Hortons beverage, snack or meal as they shop with us,” says Rabba.

Customers who spend $20 at Rabba Fine Foods are eligible to receive a free coffee at the participating Tim Hortons locations.

Rabba’s relationship with Tim Hortons started in 2015 with the opening of a first franchise location at 2325 Hurontario St. in Mississauga.

Rabba Fine Foods, known as a local market and convenience store that serves the daily grocery needs of more than 36 neighbourhoods in the central and western parts of the GTA. Open year round, 24 hours a day, Rabba offers everything you’d expect from your local market – fresh produce, a deli counter, ready-to-eat items, bakery, dairy products and other essential supplies for home or work. A family-run business with roots extending back to 1967, Rabba is committed to serving its neighbours and friends in the GTA and meeting their ever-changing grocery and convenience needs. 

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