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  2. Tim Hortons - Wikipedia

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    Tim Hortons Inc., commonly nicknamed Tim's or Timmies, is a Canadian multinational fast food restaurant chain. Based in Toronto, Tim Hortons serves coffee, doughnuts, and other fast food items. It is Canada's largest quick-service restaurant chain, with 4,949 restaurants in 15 countries as of March 2, 2022.

  3. Aldi - Wikipedia

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    Revenue. US$ 121.1 billion (2021) Subsidiaries. Trader Joe's (Aldi Nord) Website. aldi .com. Aldi (stylised as ALDI) is the common brand of two German family-owned discount supermarket chains with over 10,000 stores in 20 countries and an estimated combined turnover of more than €50 billion.

  4. Carl's Jr. - Wikipedia

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    In 1981, with 300 restaurants in operation, Carl Karcher Enterprises became a publicly held company. In 1984, Carl's Jr. was franchised for the first time. Carl's Jr.'s menu expanded during the decade with the addition of the Western Bacon Cheeseburger, breakfast items, a charbroiled chicken sandwich line, and self-service soda fountains. By ...

  5. A&P - Wikipedia

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    Website. aptea.com at the Wayback Machine (archived October 17, 2015) The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, better known as A&P, was an American chain of grocery stores that operated from 1859 to 2015. From 1915 through 1975, A&P was the largest grocery retailer in the United States (and, until 1965, the largest U.S. retailer of any kind).

  6. History of McDonald's - Wikipedia

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    1992: A McDonald's employee and two others open kill and injure a number of people in a Canadian McDonald's (Sydney River McDonald's murders) 1995: The first McDonald's in Estonia opens in Tallinn. 2000s . 2002: In October, McDonald's opens the first of two corporate stores in Lincoln, Nebraska to test concept restaurant called "3N1".

  7. Tops Friendly Markets - Wikipedia

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    Tops Friendly Markets was co-founded by Armand Castellani, who was born in 1917 in a village outside of Rome, Italy, and Thomas Buscaglia. Castellani's family came to the United States in 1920, and eventually settled in Niagara Falls, where his father, Ferrante, opened a small neighborhood grocery store . Following his mother's death in 1933 ...

  8. Wawa (company) - Wikipedia

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    On October 21, 2010, Wawa began testing the sale of diesel fuel at 12 of its New Jersey locations due to an increasing number of cars using this fuel. [29] In the 2000s, Wawa was among the first stores to implement self-serve computer touch-screen menus for food orders, in an attempt to improve order accuracy, speed and for upselling.

  9. Category talk:0 unknotting number knots and links - Wikipedia

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