| TacoTime Canada
  • MTY Group is among the foremost quick service companies in Canada. It operates 37 banners, of which 32 are fully owned and 5 are under exclusive license agreements. MTY Group's multi-bannered strategy has allowed it to become a leader in its class.

    MTY Group works hard every day to assert itself as a dynamic and innovative organization. The company maintains a leading position in its market through acquisitions and national and international expansion, as well as continuous operational improvements for service that consistently exceeds consumer expectations.

    With over 2200 units and a broad range of quick service solutions, MTY Group is uniquely positioned to satisfy the many tastes and needs of consumers.

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    With plans to expand all across Canada, there are plenty of opportunities for hard-working and driven business people to enjoy the security and support provided by Tacotime®. our mission is to make money with our franchisees rather than off our franchisees. maybe that’s why the average tenure of a tacotime® franchisee is more than 15 years.

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    TacoTime first said, “Hola, Canada” in 1978 when Jim Penny opened the first store in Lethbridge, Alberta. You’ll now find 124 franchises across Canada. MTY Food Group, a Canadian company, acquired TacoTime Canada in 2008 and now operates 28 fast food concepts.

    We’ve built our business on authentic food and friendly service! TacoTime fans know Vicente, the voice of TacoTime, but did you know Vicente moved to Canada from Mexico in 1999. Feeling homesick he visited TacoTime and soon joined the Team. Vicente continues helping TacoTime keep it real as a Regional Manager for our chain!

    Amigos, TacoTime is dedicated to quality ingredients and special extras that are rare in fast food chains…like starting each day with slicing fresh tomatoes and preparing our original recipe salsa! We use only quality ground beef, real Canadian Cheddar cheese, and hand-stretched tortillas to deliver the fresh taste of Mexico, eh!