Tim Hortons looks to make your coffee drinking experience more enjoyable with the introduction of new spill-resistant lids.
The redesigned lid is made from 100 per cent recyclable polypropylene and features a raised dome, tabbed closure, an improved flow of coffee from the cup, along with a maple leaf embossed in the lid.
Tim Hortons said the new lid took more than two years to develop.
Additionally, Tim Hortons said it is also taking a firm position on single-use paper cups by introducing new reusable drinkware that that will be available for purchase at a low price point in participating restaurants this summer, starting at $1.99.
The brand also announced other coffee packaging sustainability initiatives for 2019, including testing a more environmentally friendly paper cup, testing a new strawless lid for iced coffee and rolling out wooden stir sticks.