From now through January 1, Starbucks is introducing a trio of handcrafted beverages featuring silky swirls of dark and white chocolatey topping.
Starbucks Newsroom photographer Joshua Trujillo has captured singular moments that collectively tell a larger story of Starbucks deep and enduring connection with its partners, customers and communities around the world.
Through its actions in communities around the world, Starbucks is answering the question, “What is the role and responsibility of a for-profit, public company?”
With more than 25,000 stores, Starbucks is in 75 countries around the globe. That means Starbucks and its partners (employees) wearing the company’s iconic green apron are a part of thousands of communities worldwide. Here are some of Starbucks top stories from markets outside the U.S. in 2016.
Industry-leading innovation drives Starbucks core business, as evidenced by some of the company's new products and trends in 2016.
Starbucks humanity shows up year-round, especially in the ways company shares success with its partners (employees) and how partners connect with the people and communities they serve.
A Coast Guardsman surprises his mother by handing her a drink through a Starbucks drive thru window for a Christmas 2016 family reunion.
Starbucks Pop Up Cheer Parties and Cheer Cards provide free and discounted beverages and treats as part of 10 Days of Cheer celebration now through January 2, 2017.