Jan 22, 11:43 PM EST Newsletter Signup BusinessTechnologyWorldNationalMedia & CultureOpinionSportsLuxury Business By Daniel B. Kline 01/22/19 AT 10:05 PM Starbucks (NASDAQ:SBUX) is expanding the U.S. delivery pilot program it debuted in Miami to six additional cities. In partnership with Uber Eats, it will begin offering the service in San Francisco immediately and add select company-owned stores in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, and Washington, D.C., in the coming weeks.Customers will be able to order more than 95% of items on the Starbucks menu, including customized beverages, and have them delivered within 30 minutes, according to a press release. The chain says it plans to offer delivery from 25% of company-owned stores in the seven cities by the spring. The coffee giant also plans to test what it has dubbed Starbucks Delivers in London later this month; Uber Eats will be its partner for the service in Europe as well.”We know we have untapped customer demand for Starbucks Delivers in the U.S. and starting today, we’re expanding our best-in-class experience to our customers both in and out of our stores,” said COO Roz Brewer in a press release.Why more delivery?In a crowded marketplace, a growing number of restaurant chains are looking to delivery as… Read full this story
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