Keurig Dr Pepper, McDonald’s, Starbucks, Tetra Pak and The Coca-Cola Company have signed on as Principal Members of the WWF's new activation hub, ReSource: Plastic. Read more
Starbucks is committing $100m to a new investment arm, which will partner with companies that are developing products in the food and retail space. Read more
Nestlé has launched its first range of Starbucks-branded coffee products, following its $7.15bn deal to acquire the retail rights last May. Read more
Nespresso and Starbucks are among the founders of an initiative to revitalise Puerto Rico’s coffee sector, a year after Hurricane Maria struck the island. Read more
Starbucks will license its operations in France, the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxemburg to Mexico-based restaurant operator Alsea. Read more
Starbucks has extended its licensing agreement with Selecta, which will allow Selecta to continue operating the Starbucks on the go self-service solution. Read more
Starbucks is eyeing a slice of the $1.2bn packaged tea market with the launch of a range of Teavana packaged teas. Read more
Arla Foods and Starbucks have signed a 21-year licensing agreement, which will see Arla manufacture, distribute and market RTD Starbucks products across EMEA. Read more
Nestlé will pay $7.15bn in cash for exclusive rights to sell Starbucks’ line of packaged coffees and teas around the world. Read more
Starbucks has entered into an agreement with SouthRock – a multi-brand restaurant operator in Brazil – to fully license Starbucks retail operations in the country. Read more
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