Starbucks Baristas Can No Longer Fill Reusable Cups


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Starbucks like many others, has joined  in making a move to forestall the spread of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus that has infected over of 100,000 individuals worldwide!

Starbucks baristas have stopped filling individual cups or “for here” mugs in stores. Be that as it may, the coffee chain will keep on respecting its standard 10-penny rebate to clients who bring their own refillable tumbler cup or request an in-store choice. So at any rate your wallet won’t endure a shot simultaneously.

This speaks to only one of the numerous activities Starbucks has decided to take for the sake of general wellbeing. The coffee chain has likewise expanded cleaning and disinfecting in all organization work areas, additionally are giving stores more info if a store is to be hit with the virus.

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On the corporate level, all business-related air travel has been suspended through the end of March. The organization has likewise altered or delayed enormous gatherings in both the U.S. and Canada.

Rossann Williams, president of U.S. company-operated business and Canada for Starbucks, said the organization will keep on doing “what is right” in an announcement trying to predict the coronavirus activities:

“We’ll continue to do what is right for our customers and partners. Our hope – as always – is that after this is over partners will look back and say, ‘I can’t believe I work for a company that cared so much for me, my family and my community.”

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