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Your neighborhood Starbucks may look a little different this National Coffee Day. Starting tomorrow (Sept. 29) and lasting through the weekend, menu boards in participating U.S. Starbucks stores will recognize all the good that’s come from each coffee purchase, helping coffee-growing communities around the world.
The new Starbucks store honors the architecture and spirit of the University of Washington’s historic Suzzallo Library.
‘If people can start conversations in a positive way, it’s the first step to understanding (military veterans).’
Two Nitro Cold Brew beverages join the lineup of specialty drinks at select Starbucks Reserve coffee bars.
The Starbucks store in the La Brea neighborhood of Los Angeles will be the first of its kind in Southern California to integrate an interactive coffee bar where the company’s small-lot Reserve coffee can come to life.
Starbucks is helping improve reading, writing and math skills for students at Las Marías School in Nicaragua with the Seeds for Progress Foundation.
Starting September 6, Starbucks Almondmilk will be offered in more than 4,600 stores as a non-dairy milk alternative, in addition to soy and coconutmilk.
Starbucks has been embraced in Argentina since it opened its doors for the first time in Buenos Aires in 2008.