Starbucks: Starbucks’ Coffee Menu Is ‘Not Enough’

Starbucks’ coffee menu has been criticised as being ‘not enough’ in light of the recent mass shootings in the United States, as the coffee giant said it would increase the price of the drink.

Starbucks’ website says its coffees will be “further discounted” by 10% from the regular price, while coffee drinkers will have to pay an extra $3.50.

But in a blog post, Starbucks Chief Operating Officer Chris Ostroff said customers should be encouraged to choose from more than two options: “Starbucks’ Coffee menu is not enough.

We’re constantly refining our menu and will continue to do so to offer the best tasting coffee possible.”

Ostrof said the company is also working on adding new options to its Starbucks Rewards program, which lets customers earn free drinks on purchases at Starbucks stores and online.

He said the new coffee menu is still “months away” but that it will be available in stores and on its website.

Starbucks has been a target of some protests around the world over its treatment of its workers.

The coffee chain has been targeted by a campaign of boycotts and has been called out by some celebrities for its poor treatment of women.

It also has a history of sexual harassment and abuse in the workplace.

The company has faced accusations of sexual assault and assault of its female workers, including claims of rape, sexual harassment, and assault.

It has faced a wave of criticism from celebrities including Ellen DeGeneres and Mark Ruffalo.