Too much ice in iced coffee is bad, for Starbucks at least. Recently, the Seattle-based coffee chain is facing a $5 million lawsuit for allegedly putting too much ice in its iced beverage offerings.
Seattle-based Starbucks launches FoodShare, its food donation program that aims to give away all unsold food items from it U.S. outlets.
A Starbucks customer was shocked when his coffee came with an unusual note saying, "DIABETES HERE I COME."
Amazon Dash buttons expands its partner brands to more than a hundred. Starbucks, Doritos, Quaker are some of the food items one may order with a simple tap.
Starbucks decided to test the waters by offering a new alcohol infused drink that some say is actually an alcoholic frapuccinno. Sadly, it's only available in Japan.
It was proven before that canned sodas, energy drinks and other beverages contains way too much sugar than the average amount recommended for a person's dietary requirements. And a recent study shows that even your favorite hot drinks like Starbucks coffee, contains a "shocking" 25 tablespoon of sugar in each cup.
In partnership with Feeding America's Foodshare program, Starbucks announced that they too, will be donating unsold food to the less fortunate.
Taking a cue from Starbucks, McDonalds has announced that it would be launching a loyalty program, which is expected to be implemented by the end of 2016 or early next year.
California lawsuit recently sued Starbucks after the coffee giant served lattes 25% less than its standard described.
Coffee lovers rejoice! Starbucks had just realeased their new drink which will remind you of Japan. To welcome Spring Starbucks released Cherry Blosson Frappucino. There's no better way to greet the sunny weather with that.
It’s not too bad to be committed to something, especially when it involves a lot of great French Fries waiting for you!
Coffee bean harvest is in full swing this year, creating what may be a surplus of beans, which could led to lower prices. But don't expect your Starbucks prices to come down especially in Europe.
Starbucks UK has stood up in support to breastfeeding as it declares its 800 store outlets parent-friendly, making it one of the first high street chains to do campaign for the cause.
"Italians simply drink their coffee differently from the rest of the world. In Italy, a cup of coffee is not something to be lingered over. It's something close to a cigarette break - a ten-minute pause in the middle of the workday"
The list, compiled by Thrillist writer Matt Meltzer, shows the latte’s prices in 30 different countries as of February 19, 2016 converted into US dollars of course. It has generated some buzz lately which just goes to show how much people love anything Starbucks maybe because it’s the perfect place for that almost obligatory morning coffee selfies.
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