Starbucks to Increase Coffee Prices In U.S.


NEW YORK — Starting this week, the Seattle-based chain is raising prices on select beverages for its U.S. customers by five to 20 cents and up to a dollar on its packaged coffee in grocery stores.


“For both our packaged coffee and retail business, there are many factors that contribute to our pricing decisions, including competitive dynamics and our overall cost structure,” a Starbucks spokeswoman told Fox Business.

The price increases begin tomorrow and vary depending on the region. Prices will remain the same for Starbucks Via instant coffee, K-cups and Seattle’s Best Coffee.






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