Starbucks is the largest coffee chain in the world. It started in 1971 in Seattle, Washington. Starbucks branches have reached more than 20000 worldwide and the number of employees is 172,000 employees. The number of Starbucks branches around the world has grown over the past 27 years at the rate of two branches per day.
Today, with more than 20000 Starbucks coffee shops in North America, Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, North Africa, and the Pacific Basin region, Starbucks has become a leader in roasting and selling the finest coffees around the world
We can limit the Starbucks experience to a cup of coffee. From the outset, Starbucks aims to excellence and individuality to celebrate its rich coffee heritage and strengthen the sense of bonding and sharing as Starbucks is the third place for customers to go after home and work. At Starbucks, they always offer the best in their coffee shops around the world.
Starbucks is committed to providing its services in a safe and human-friendly manner, both in terms of the way coffee is purchased, by reducing the impact of its cultivation on the environment, to a sense of responsibility towards the communities in which they operate.
Here are several facts that many people don’t know about Starbucks.
Santa Fe Springs, California, has the highest rate of Starbucks branches, with 560 branches in an area of no more than 25 km.
One cup of grand coffee contains 330 milligrams of caffeine, which is four times the amount of caffeine in the Red Bull energy drink.
Starbucks uses about 4 billion paper cups per year to serve its beverages.
In 2013, Starbucks made a profit of $1.25 billion, enough to buy two cups of Grand Coffee per u.S. citizen.
The large cup of coffee drink from Starbucks has a volume of 12 ounces, as well as the company, introduced a new cup of coffee called “Taranta” volume of 31 ounces which is larger than the size of the natural human stomach.
Starbucks spends on its employees’ health care more than the company spends on coffee beans.
In the week leading up to Christmas in 2013, Starbucks sold 2 million vouchers every day.
Starbucks is expensive, it may cost you hundreds, Ordering a small size is an easy way to save money.
The average Starbucks prices of a coffee cup are $2.75 in the U.S but New York City is the most expensive location coming in at $3.25 for a tall cappuccino.
Starbucks prices are slightly higher in Canada, New Zealand, and Ireland than in the U.S.
The average cost of a Starbuck’s beverage in the U.K. is $2.88, $4.41 in Paris, $6 in Berlin and Zurich
The average Starbucks prices are $7.00 in Saudi Arabia, $5.60 in the UAE, and $7.50 in Egypt
Starbucks prices are also over $7.00 in Indonesia, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia, and China and $12.30 in Russia