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Come snowflakes or sunshine, customers can find hot and cold beverages as well as sweet and savory food options at Starbucks stores during the winter.
Industry-leading innovation drives Starbucks core business, as evidenced by some of the company's new products and trends in 2016.
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.
Regulars at a Starbucks in Jackson, Michigan, show their appreciation to their baristas through a collective tip. This year, they gave $1900, along with a rousing version of “We Wish You a Merry Christmas.”
When wrapping up her college years, a customer in Canada chose a prop for her graduation photo that symbolized something that helped her achieve her bachelor’s degree – a Starbucks cup.
Starbucks Cards have featured 500 designs created by the company's in-house design team. Each one is a work of art, from vector graphics to delicate watercolor paintings.
On Saturday, December 17, participating Starbucks stores in the United States and Canada will release a limited number of plain red holiday cups for customers to use a canvas for their own designs.