As the image above so horrifically depicts, the chain is destroying its lovingly crafted pastries by putting them into bags than then strip off their delicious toppings. The result: if you order a Chocolate or Maple Dip, you’re likely to end up with a plain donut and a bag full of goo.
This has been going for some time, as InsideTimmies has previously reported. In a society where there are robots on Mars and neurally controlled artificial limbs, this is unacceptable. Surely we have the technology to keep our donuts intact.
In fact we do. As just one example, MIT researchers have come up with LiquiGlide, a coating for the inside of bottles that allows liquids such as ketchup to flow freely. If science can solve the problem of preventing ketchup from sticking to its container, surely Tim Hortons can find a solution to its donut problem.
I reached out to the company to see if it was working on it, but received no response. It’s time to take this battle to the streets. Rise up Canada – our donuts need you!
(Photo courtesy of InsideTimmies)