A&W Food Services of Canada Inc.

A&W Food Services of Canada, Inc. is a Canadian fast food restaurant chain. The chain was originally part of the U.S.-based A&W Restaurants chain, but was sold to Unilever in 1972, and then bought by its management in 1995.

It no longer has any corporate connection to A&W operations outside of Canada.

The Canadian operation is owned and operated by the privately held A&W Food Services of Canada Inc., based in North Vancouver, British Columbia. In December 2013, A&W was Canada’s second-largest quick service restaurant burger chain with 850 outlets after McDonald’s with 1,400 outlets.

A&W Food Services of Canada Inc. is known for its fast-food restaurant chain in Canada, franchised by the company itself. It’s recognized for serving a variety of delicious items including burgers, breakfast, chicken, and more.

The first A&W drive-in restaurant in Canada opened in 1956 on Portage Avenue in Winnipeg, offering a unique dining experience with car hops and a signature A&W Root Beer.

Today, A&W Canada invites customers to order online or through their app, providing exclusive offers and rewards, and encouraging people to join the A&W family.

It’s a brand that has become a staple in the Canadian fast-food industry with a rich history and a commitment to quality food and service.

Traded as:           TSX: AW.UN

Industry:              Fast food

Founded:            Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (1956; 64 years ago)

Headquarters:   North Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Products:             Root beer, hamburgers, chicken burgers, veggie burgers, onion rings, french fries, sweet potato fries, breakfast items, and previously, hot dogs

Parent:                 A&W Restaurants (1956–1972); Unilever (1972–1995)

Website:              https://web.aw.ca/en/home

A&W Food Services of Canada

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