Starbucks announces a set of organizational changes to begin the next phase of company growth and development. In a message to partners, Howard Schultz details what's ahead.
Rather than the familiar solid black, white and khaki clothing underneath green aprons, baristas will be decked out in a range of colors and outfits that reflected their own personal tastes.
Beginning this fall, Starbucks premium arabica coffee will be available through MARS DRINKS’ single-serve brewers in workplaces across the U.S. and Canada, including Pike Place Roast, Caffè Verona and Veranda Blend.
Q3 financial 2016 highlights: Starbucks Rewards active membership up 18% year-over-year; now over 12 million active members in the U.S. and Canada, Channel Development revenues increase 9%, and operating income jumps 31%.
Coffee producer Rolando Lopez describes how Starbucks One Tree for Every Bag initiative has helped his coffee farm in Chiapas, Mexico with rust-resistant trees.
The first Starbucks express store in Europe is now open in London’s major business hub, Canary Wharf, and allows customers to order, pay and pick-up their order faster.
In partnership with the Society of Interpreters for the Deaf, Starbucks Malaysia has opened a store dedicated to providing employment opportunities for people who are Deaf.
Customers can now enjoy Teavana Strawberry Green Tea Lemonade and Teavana Mango Black Tea Lemonade in more than 500 stores in Mexico.