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Nestlé closes $7.15B deal to sell Starbucks products

Starbucks will shift 500 employees to Nestlé as part of a $7.15 billion deal that grants the Swiss company perpetual rights to sell the coffee giant’s products. Nespresso maker Nestle said it has sealed a deal to market the products of US coffee giant Starbucks around the world, outside of its cafes. …

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Starbucks Regional Operator to Enter Georgia

Company Shaya Turkey that manages ”Starbucks” operation in Turkey and Azerbaijan is looking for the manager of Georgian representative. Relevant vacancy was published on jobs.ge. Interested people can apply until July 11th. It’s unknown when will Starbucks start operating in Georgia.

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Starbucks: No Plans to Enter Georgia

Starbucks has refused the recently spread information as if the company had plans to enter Georgian market. The company managers have made this official statement exclusively for Imedi TV company. The spread information about our plans for opening a coffee plant and a brand store in Georgia is a rumor …

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Starbucks Has Initiated Factory Construction in Georgia

Starbucks has appeal to the City Hall to start factory construction in late December, Business Contract reports. According to the department of architecture of Tbilisi City Hall, parties have agreed on the local plan and are due to grant the permission. As for the architecture office, project foresees construction of …

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Starbucks to Stop Serving Wine and Beer

Cliff Peterson If you enjoy sipping a glass of wine or beer while relaxing at a local Starbucks, it’s about to become  a little more difficult. Starbucks has decided to stop sell wine or Beer anymore at most of its locations, with only certain exclusive stores continuing to sell alcoholic …

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Pre-Ordering Starbucks Coffee Via Mobile App is Available in America

NEW YORK (AP) – Starbucks says its mobile app that lets people order and pay in advance will be available nationally starting Tuesday. That means lattes, breakfast sandwiches and other items you want could theoretically be waiting for you by the time you arrive. Starbucks Corp. introduced order-and-pay ahead in …

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