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 by 2020.
In consultation with key stakeholders, Starbucks animal welfare policy includes a focus on supporting responsible use of antibiotics to support animal health.
Creating a culture of belonging is one of our core values that differentiates Starbucks as a unique place for our partners (employees) and customers around the globe.
I’m writing to commend you and your colleagues for your recent efforts to “ban the box” and extend the fundamental American value of a “second chance” to millions of Americans.
The Starbucks College Achievement Plan is a significant partnership with Arizona State University (ASU) that creates an opportunity for eligible Starbucks partners (employees) to finish a bachelor’s degree with full tuition reimbursement through ASU's top-ranked online degree program. Here's how it works:
Starbucks is not a part of any lawsuit pertaining to GMO labeling nor have we provided funding for any campaign.
Our 300,000 partners around the globe have diverse views about a wide range of topics. Regardless of that spectrum of beliefs, Starbucks has been and remains a non-political organization. We do not support any political or religious cause. Learn more about Starbucks in the Middle East.
As we seek to scale our tea expertise to support our global tea ambition, we have decided to move our Teavana headquarters, which currently employs 99 partners, from Atlanta to Seattle in order to more effectively leverage the talent and capabilities across our global business.