Embarking on a multi-year effort to strengthen our democracy, Starbucks is making a digital tool from Turbovote accessible to all partners in the U.S. This tool makes registering to vote fast and secure from computers and mobile devices. Through Turbovote, anyone who is eligible to vote in the U.S. can register to vote and sign up for important reminders to stay engaged in local and national elections throughout the year.
Working with leading national employers (including Starbucks), nonprofit organizations, and government officials, BPC is announcing an effort to encourage employees to register, to vote, and to work as volunteers at polling places.
Starbucks takes the social and environmental conditions on coffee farms very seriously and that’s one of the reasons we developed C.A.F.E. Practices in partnership with Conservation International over 10 years ago.
Starbucks shares the concern with NGO’s and activists that because tropical forests are being cleared for oil palm cultivation, destroying habitat and biodiversity and impacting communities, more must be done.
Starbucks aims to help its customers make nutritional choices that are right for them through beverage customization and providing a diverse menu of breakfast, lunch and snack options. Starbucks is proud of the progress made throughout the years and is committed to continuing this momentum on the company's health and wellness journey.
To inspire and nurture the human spirit – one person, one cup and one neighborhood at a time.
Starbucks shares the concerns expressed by the Netherlands government that there are significant errors in the decision, and we support the Dutch government's appeal efforts.
Since Starbucks first began buying cage-free eggs in 2008, we have made significant progress, increasing our purchases year over year. Starbucks is committed to working with our suppliers toward our goal to use 100% cage-free eggs in company-operated stores by 2020.