A U.S. District judge in New York has given the green light for a lawsuit against Starbucks to proceed. The plaintiffs allege that Starbucks engaged in deceptive marketing practices related to its Starbucks Refresher beverages, which are promoted as fruit-based beverages available at Starbucks outlets.
For a generation and more, Starbucks’ throwaway cup has been a cornerstone of consumer society, first in the United States and then globally.
Pumpkin spice latte fans, it’s time to get your fall attire out early because, according to Starbucks, sweater weather begins now.
Drink's co-creator, Peter Dukes, reveals the origin story of pumpkin spice craze.
The three new beverages were inspired by customer and barista creations from other Starbucks Refreshers, the company said.
A woman said she noticed her drink tasted differently after asking a frustrated barista to remake it.
The change — albeit very small — is apparently infuriating some customers who claim the new nugget ice melts faster and can even dilute drinks.
The new menu items are now available at Starbucks stores nationwide "for a limited time," the company said.
The drink was created by a Starbucks customer and went viral in 2017.
Some Starbucks customers are venting that their morning Venti is causing them to run to the bathroom after they drink Oleato coffee beverages infused with extra virgin olive oil.
According to local reports, the father was with his family when a stranger started vaping. The father had asked the man to stop vaping near his toddler daughter.
Starbucks and astrology app Sanctuary have teamed up to combine your daily horoscope with a Starbucks beverage to match.
Howard Schultz has agreed to appear before a U.S. Senate committee that is examining Starbucks' actions amid an ongoing unionization campaign.
Chairman and CEO Howard Schultz came up with the idea after visiting Sicily in 2022 and noting how locals ingested a spoonful of olive oil on a daily basis.
A trip to Starbucks for two cups of coffee ended up costing an Oklahoma man $4,500, causing him to cancel other plans. The company later sent reimbursement checks.
The number of “stars” needed to get certain food and drinks for free in the U.S. as part of Starbucks’ rewards program officially changes on Feb. 13.
An Oklahoma man was buying coffee in a Starbucks drive-thru and was in disbelief when he later learned he was charged $4,444.44 while paying for his order.
Starbucks said delivery represents a “significant growth opportunity” for the coffee giant as more people shift to remote work with less in-person ordering.
Starbucks said its Pistachio Latte is also making a return.
Starbucks is also changing what tiers certain food, drinks, and other products can get redeemed through.