Since 1971, Starbucks has been passionate about ethically sourcing and blending only the finest arabica coffee beans and roasting them with great care. The company’s passion for coffee is rivaled only by its love of sharing it with customers. Here are 10 special coffees featured on the Starbucks Newsroom in 2014:
Howard Schultz and Starbucks demonstrate it means to lead through the lens of humanity by supporting partners, customers and communities in 2014.
Starbucks is always thinking about its customers – the 70 million people around the world who visit the company’s stores each week. Here are some of the innovative beverages and products Starbucks, and its family of brands, introduced in 2014:
With more than 18 in-house design studios around the world, designers are driven by Starbucks commitment to environmental sustainability, local relevancy and pushing themselves to bring bold and innovative design to customers.
Starbucks has 300,000 partners around the globe who share this mission: To inspire and nurture the human spirit – one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time. That mission is evident every day in the passionate people who do a variety of jobs at Starbucks. Here are 10 interesting jobs and great people the Starbucks Newsroom featured in 2014:
As friends and family gather across tables to celebrate the holidays this season, two Starbucks partners share their stories of Kwanzaa.
Starbucks partners (employees) have stepped in to organize community service projects during the holidays. From collecting and distributing food to families to leading toy drives and packing gift boxes for military service members, the efforts are a reflection of the volunteer work partners worldwide do throughout the year.
Foxtail Pottery joins 5 Lines Pottery and Glassybaby as the first local artisans presenting merchandise commissioned by Starbucks for the new 15,000 square foot Roastery at 1124 Pike Street in Seattle.