In its seventh annual Fiscal 2007 Corporate Social Responsibility Annual Report, the Starbucks Coffee Company has once again confirmed its pledge to continue supporting ethical sourcing of sustainable coffee while supporting coffee farmers, their communities and environment.
The New Year is upon us once again and time for everybody to make the statutory resolutions for 2008, most of which will fall by the wayside half way through January. With that in mind, Starbucks have come up with a way to help customers keep their resolutions with the introduction a non fat, sugar free latte under the appropriately named “Skinny’ platform.
In support of the fourth annual Fair Trade month in the US, Starbucks will feature a 100% Fair Trade Certified Café Estima Blend as the “Coffee of the Week” in participating stores in the United States and Canada for three weeks in October 2007.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the manufacturer named below, today announced voluntary recalls of the following consumer products. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed.
Starbucks is giving its Frappuccino blended beverages a new fruit twist that will turn an escape to the beach into a tropical retreat. Starting today, Starbucks debuts Pomegranate Frappuccino juice blend and Tangerine Frappuccino juice blend made with fruit juice and freshly-brewed Tazo tea.
Starbucks Corp., the world’s largest coffee-shop chain, said it will sell KitchenAid coffee makers and DeLonghi espresso machines this holiday season to boost sales.
The KitchenAid machine will be priced at $129, trimmed in red and available only at Starbucks, the Seattle-based retailer said today at New York’s Shop Studios. The DeLonghi Magnifica machine will cost $999. Both will go on sale in November.