Starbucks CEO to launch ‘Starbucks’ coffee-making machines to save Starbucks

Starbucks’ new coffee maker will help the company save money in its ongoing push to reinvent itself.

Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz announced the new product on Tuesday at the company’s headquarters in Seattle, Washington, the first time Starbucks has officially announced the product.

The new coffee machine is being called the “Starbucks Coffee Maker” and will be launched in 2018.

Starbuck’s coffee maker has a patented “wet-to-wet” cycle that enables the machine to be turned on and off from the inside, and it uses water that’s heated to a specific temperature and pressure.

The coffee maker’s creators say it will “save” more than 100 million gallons of water a year by reducing the amount of water needed to brew a single cup of coffee.

The coffee maker uses a proprietary heating system that is designed to reduce heat by 90 percent, and the coffee maker is also powered by renewable energy sources like solar energy.

Starbucks’ coffee maker can use a wide variety of ingredients, including a mix of fresh coffee and coffee grounds that are processed with the company.

Schultz also announced a new initiative to support and grow sustainable business practices, like a “zero waste” coffee shop in Seattle that is expected to open in early 2019.

The new coffee is a first for Starbucks, which has been trying to redefine its coffee industry for the past decade.

In a statement, Starbucks said it wants to change the way coffee is made by creating a “world-class coffee shop” and a “citizen coffee shop.”

Starbucks announced last year that it was working on a coffee-maker that could make its cups with “less coffee, and a lighter, fresher, and healthier beverage.”

That effort was announced in April, but the coffee machine still hasn’t launched.