Starbucks Could Start Officially Delivering Nationwide Next Year

Starbucks is looking to expand its delivery options next year, by offering home and workplace delivery through Uber Eats.

By NathanG on December 14, 2018
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Starting next year, Starbucks is reportedly looking to expand its delivery options nationwide.

According to People, the coffee empire is teaming up with Uber Eats to expand their delivery service to 2,000 locations. Starbucks found success with the program, after testing the coffee delivery in 100 stores in Miami, Florida. The company then decided to expand their operations into more cities.

Starbucks will still offer mobile ordering and pickup at its in-store locations. Through this new program, however, coffee orders can come straight to a home or workplace.

The coffee chain has previously begun advancements in its business practices, discontinuing plastic straws in over 28,000 of their stores worldwide by 2020.

The new coffee delivery is expected to roll out between March and April next year.

Will you be trying out this new service?

To read more about Starbucks and its delivery options, click here.

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