January 16, 2013

Starbucks introduces $1 Reusable Cup

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Say what you want about Starbucks and their dark roast charbucks coffees - at least they're trying to not completely destroy the planet. This past week Starbucks introduced a $1 plastic cup that can be reused for drink purchases at a discount of 10 cents. The cups also have fill lines inside of tall, grande, and venti sized drinks. Baristas at Starbucks will also wash out the cups so you're not drinking a little bit of that last latte you ordered. 

With so much consumer criticism over waste, it's nice to see a big company like Starbucks actually do something. Starbucks has also introduced a portion of their web site on the growing trend of recycling in their stores.

Via Eatocracy

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 16, 2013 7:28 AM

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