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Starbucks Introduces Share-This-Delivery Feature

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TORONTO — Starbucks Canada has launched a new ‘Share-This-Delivery’ feature on Starbucks Delivers via the Uber Eats app, which allows customers to...

Starbucks Expands COVID-19 Support Measures

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VANCOUVER — Starbucks has continued to update its support measures, making decisions “rooted in facts and science, in cooperation with local authorities.”

Plant Pervasion: Plant-Based Beverages are seeing Growing Demand

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Consumers expect both more and less from foodservice. “What I’m expecting everywhere I go now in this world is this concept of...

More Closures Hitting Restaurant Industry

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TORONTO — Some of the biggest names in the restaurant industry have announced closures due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus,...

Starbucks Highlights Employee-Support Measures in Place During Virtual Annual Meeting

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SEATTLE — Starbucks Corporation held its annual meeting of shareholders virtually on March 18, during which it outlined how the company has...

COVID-19 Wreaks Havoc on Foodservice Industry

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TORONTO — As the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 continues to rise, the foodservice industry is seeing precautions taken across the...

Coffee Chains Halt Use of Reusable Cups Amid COVID-19 Concerns

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TORONTO — Amidst growing COVID-19 concerns, three of Canada’s top coffee chains — Tim Hortons, Starbucks and Second Cup — are temporarily suspending...

Restaurant Operators are Taking Control of the Digital-Ordering Experience

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Digital ordering is top of mind for many industry players, with brands striving to take control of their customers’ digital-ordering experience. Starbucks...

Operators Need to Stand Out From the Crowd to Attract and...

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THE CHALLENGE According to Restaurants Canada, labour issues remain the top challenge for foodservice operators, with 59 per cent of those...

Starbucks Launching Beyond Meat Breakfast Sandwich

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NEW YORK — Starbucks Corp. has announced its Canadian locations will offer a Beyond Meat plant-based breakfast sandwich starting March 3, according to Reuters.