The most popular holiday beverages in the United States were determined by examining the number of units sold per thousand of all Starbucks menu items. Here are each region's favorite Starbucks holiday beverages.
More than 300,000 Starbucks partners around the globe share this mission: To inspire and nurture the human spirit – one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time. Starbucks mission and values are evident every day in the passionate people who do a variety of jobs. Here a few of the many partners the Starbucks Newsroom featured in 2015.
Grounded in its Mission and Values, Starbucks launched and expanded a series of initiatives in 2015 aimed at creating pathways to opportunities for its partners and the communities it serves around the globe.
A core philosophy – that customers and partners are at the center of everything Starbucks does – drives innovation throughout the company and helps shape the future of retail. That passion to innovate can be seen in the way Starbucks sources its coffee beans, develops new beverages, and creates unique store concepts and digital breakthroughs.
Starbucks social media team members explain what makes a top Instagram post, and reveal the top five Starbucks customer-submitted photos of the year.
A Starbucks barista shares her recipe for a sweet and savory treat perfect for the holidays.
More than 500 volunteers, including Starbucks baristas, impact nearly 5,000 students, families and community members through the Youth Skill Development and Food Sustainability Project in partnership with the Books for Children Foundation.
Last year, nearly 2.5 million Starbucks Cards were purchased in the U.S. and Canada on Christmas Eve – representing approximately 1,700 cards purchased per minute. One in seven American adults received a Starbucks Card last holiday season, and Starbucks is on track for another record performance in Starbucks Card sales.