Ariana Grande gets carried into Starbucks by James Corden during 'Carpool Karaoke'

  1. Ariana Grande gets carried into Starbucks by James Corden during ‘Carpool Karaoke’  USA TODAY
  2. Ariana Grande Ordering A Grande Latte Whilst Being Carried By James Corden Is Giving Me Life  BuzzFeed News
  3. Ariana Grande Absolutely Crushes ‘Carpool Karaoke’ With Powerhouse Vocals — Watch!  Entertainment Tonight
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Alibaba and Starbucks aim to transform China's coffee industry through deliveries and big data

  1. Alibaba and Starbucks aim to transform China’s coffee industry through deliveries and big data  VentureBeat
  2. Alibaba: Expect Headwinds With Ele.me  Seeking Alpha
  3. Starbucks and Alibaba to integrate apps and partner on delivery as coffee culture takes hold in China  GeekWire
  4. Starbucks Partners With Alibaba, as It Tries to Keep Its Throne in China  New York Times
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Starbucks to ban plastics straws in all stores by 2020

  1. Starbucks to ban plastics straws in all stores by 2020  BBC News
  2. Banning plastic straws sounds annoying, but here’s why it’s a fight cities must win  Business Insider
  3. Starbucks is eliminating plastic straws from all stores  CNNMoney
  4. Today’s talker: Starbucks hopes to #StopSucking by moving away from plastic straws … to sippy cups  USA TODAY
  5. As The Anti-Plastic-Straw Trend Gains Speed, Starbucks Will Pull Plastic Straws Worldwide  Forbes
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As The Anti-Plastic-Straw Trend Gains Speed, Starbucks Will Pull Plastic Straws Worldwide

  1. As The Anti-Plastic-Straw Trend Gains Speed, Starbucks Will Pull Plastic Straws Worldwide  Forbes
  2. Starbucks to scrap plastic straws globally by 2020  USA TODAY
  3. Starbucks to phase out single-use plastic straws for sippy cups, alternatives  ABC News
  4. I rely on plastic straws and baby wipes. I’m disabled – I have no choice  The Guardian
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Starbucks to stop using plastic straws by 2020

Starbucks to stop using plastic straws by 2020Starbucks will eliminate plastic straws from all of its locations within two years, citing the environmental threat to oceans. The company becomes the largest food and beverage company to do so as calls to cut waste globally grow louder . Plastic straws have become a flashpoint. A week after its hometown banned plastic drinking straws and utensils, the Seattle company said Monday that by 2020, it will be using straws made from biodegradable materials like paper and specially designed lids. The company already offers alternative straws in Seattle. Other cities, like Fort Meyers, have banned plastic straws. Similar proposals are being considered in places like New York and San Francisco. Starbucks is banning plastic straws Credit: PA The waste issue is coming up in company boardrooms, though Starbucks is taking the lead among global companies on straws. In February, Dunkin’ Donuts said that it would eliminate polystyrene foam cups from its stores by 2020. McDonald’s shareholders voted down a proposal requesting a report on plastic straws in May. McDonald’s recently said it would switch to paper straws in the United Kingdom and Ireland by next year, and test alternatives to plastic straws in some U.S. locations. The burger chain said this year that it would use only recycled or other environmentally friendly materials for its soda cups, Happy Meal boxes and other packaging by 2025. While plastic drinking straws have become one of the more high-profile issues environmentally, they make up only about 4 percent of the plastic trash by number of pieces, and far less by weight. Straws add up to about 2,000 tons of the nearly 9 million tons of plastic waste that ends up in waters around the globe each year. The strawless lids will begin to appear in Seattle and Vancouver Starbucks this fall, with phased rollouts within the U.S. and Canada to follow next year. A global rollout of the strawless lids will follow, beginning in Europe where the will be used in select stores in France and the Netherlands, as well as in the United Kingdom. 


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Starbucks to phase out plastic straws as opposition to them grows

Starbucks to phase out plastic straws as opposition to them growsBy Alana Wise and Caroline Hroncich NEW YORK (Reuters) – Starbucks Corp said on Monday it will begin phasing out use of plastic straws at its restaurants by 2020, giving environmentalists a sizeable victory in their campaign to convince restaurants to abandon plastic utensils. The Seattle-based chain said it would eliminate single-use plastic straws globally at its 28,000 locations. Its announcement came just days after its hometown of Seattle barred plastic straws and utensils at restaurants, amid a broader global push to discourage the use of plastic straws and other one-time use plastics “For our partners and customers, this is a significant milestone to achieve our global aspiration of sustainable coffee, served to our customers in more sustainable ways,” Starbucks Chief Executive Kevin Johnson said in a statement.


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Starbucks to phase out plastic straws as opposition to them grows

Starbucks to phase out plastic straws as opposition to them growsBy Alana Wise and Caroline Hroncich NEW YORK (Reuters) – Starbucks Corp said on Monday it will begin phasing out use of plastic straws at its restaurants by 2020, giving environmentalists a sizeable victory in their campaign to convince restaurants to abandon plastic utensils. The Seattle-based chain said it would eliminate single-use plastic straws globally at its 28,000 locations. Its announcement came just days after its hometown of Seattle barred plastic straws and utensils at restaurants, amid a broader global push to discourage the use of plastic straws and other one-time use plastics “For our partners and customers, this is a significant milestone to achieve our global aspiration of sustainable coffee, served to our customers in more sustainable ways,” Starbucks Chief Executive Kevin Johnson said in a statement.


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Starbucks back in hot water, 'disrespects' stutterer

Starbucks back in hot water, 'disrespects' stuttererStarbucks was back in hot water Friday, three months after a branch manager called the police on two black men — this time for seemingly mocking a customer with a stutter. When the customer, called Sam, gave his drink order in a Philadelphia Starbucks on June 27 he stuttered over his name. The barista replied “Okay, S-s-s-sam” and, retrieving his iced coffee, found the label was marked “SSSAM,” according to friend and business school student Tan Lekwijit, who reported the incident on Facebook.


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