Tim Hortons may be an iconic Canadian brand, but lately, the well-known coffee and doughnut shop has been suffering. According to a quarterly report from its parent company, Tim Hortons is losing money. Meanwhile, Burger King and Popeyes, also owned by the same parent company, are surging.\nAccording to a Q3 report from Restaurant Brands International, Tim Hortons' global comparable sales dropped 1.4%. Meanwhile, the global comparable sales for both Popeyes and Burger King shot up 9.7% and 4.8%, respectively.\nJose Cil, Chief Executive Officer of Restaurant Brands International, commented in the report that this was a "challenging" quarter for the iconic Canadian coffee shop.\nCil told investors during a conference call that the falling sales were due to underperforming lunch options such as sandwiches and wraps, according to Bloomberg News.\nCil also pointed to the poor performance of the Beyond Meat burger introduced at Tim Hortons. The product was pulled from almost all locations in Canada except for Ontario and British Columbia.\n"We saw some initial trial and excitement around the product," Cil told Bloomberg News, "but we launched it as a limited-time offer and when that window ran we decided it was best to take it off the menu and maybe consider other alternatives down the road."\nAfter the success of the 3 new Beyond Breakfast Sausage sandwiches, @TimHortons Canada is adding 2 delicious Beyond Burgers to nearly all locations. Yes, this means guests can enjoy Beyond Meat options ALL👏DAY👏LONG.Hungry just reading this? Learn more➡️https://t.co/QmXizvxAHt pic.twitter.com/ngLIRYRE4j— Beyond Meat (@BeyondMeat) July 17, 2019\nMeanwhile, a meatless "Impossible" burger helped to drive Burger King's global comparable sales up to 4.8%.\nSimilarly, while Tim Hortons introduced a new crispy chicken sandwich as part of its line up of lunch options, Popeyes did the same thing with far more success. In fact, the sandwich was so popular that it was selling out all over the United States.\nPopeyes is bringing back its spicy chicken sandwich, but this time it’s hiring hundreds of extra workers to handle the crushing demand https://t.co/1Sk2B1HEUF— Bloomberg (@business) October 23, 2019\n"One thing is to predict high demand," Popeyes America President Felipe Athayde told Yahoo Finance. "The other thing is when you have 50 people lined up outside of the restaurant at 9 a.m. when the restaurant opens at 10 a.m."\nTim Hortons had already struggled with breaking into the fast-food lunch market, and it appears to be the main factor in dragging sales growth while Burger King and Popeyes forge ahead.\nAt least you can still get a box of Timbits cereal next year.\nNarcity has contacted Burger King, Popeyes, and Tim Hortons for comment and we will update the article should we receive relevant information.\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.