Farming flaps affect new Starbucks, Burgerville dairy purchasing policies

Farming flaps affect new Starbucks, Burgerville dairy purchasing policies

SEATTLE Starbucks Corp. and the Burgerville and Finagle a Bagel quick-service chains reflect new commodity-buying strategies as special-interest groups—or a company’s own ethical priorities—provoke purchasing decisions that aren’t centered on cost. —Changes undertaken recently by

Starbucks, which owns about 5,500 of the chain’s nearly 8,5

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