Labor Day is observed annually on the first Monday of September and this year falls on September 7. It is a federal holiday, so many offices and businesses are either closed or operate on a reduced schedule. This includes coffee shops.
Since the pandemic hit, you likely said goodbye to your coffee pit stop before your morning commute, or even the midday coffee break with your coworkers. While we probably need a caffeine fix now more than ever, it’s safe to say our coffee habits have changed drastically in the past few months.
It’s “big news” this week that coffee monolith Starbucks has launched a new “digital traceability tool” for tracking where coffees it sells come from. But is it big? Is it even news?
Today, you can buy ground or whole-bean coffee, as well as specialty coffee-based beverages bearing labels like Starbucks, Dunkin’ Donuts, and McCafé (the premium McDonald’s brand). These big-name brands, not surprisingly, are some of the most popular offerings.
Fall is here for Starbucks, and that doesn’t just mean new drinks.
The coffee retailer is already serving their fall menu, including the Pumpkin Spice Latte, but now their fall drink accessories are starting to roll out in stores too, most notably a glow-in-the-dark tumbler.
During COVID-19, dining rooms have closed, and many prudent people have avoided dining in restaurants altogether. It’s a heartbreaking situation for independently owned restaurants across the country, as countless mom and pops have closed their doors never to open again.
While it may be tempting to toss your diet in favor of your caffeine craving, you don’t have to sacrifice one for the other. Fortunately, there are a few effective ways to make your coffee habit healthier—and no, that doesn’t mean you have to drink your coffee black.
Starbucks Corp. fans can now trace their coffee. And so can farmers, who will know for the first time where their beans end up.
Coffee connoisseurs can be extremely picky and finicky. In the US and many other countries worldwide, the Arabica beans are the most popular. In Europe and the Middle East, most people prefer the Robusta beans that produce espresso coffees.
Internal documents viewed by Business Insider reveal that the PSL will return to menus on August 25. Numerous Starbucks locations across the US also confirmed the Tuesday launch date on social media this week.