FC: By: Katelynn Shilling 3rd
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2: 1971: Starbucks opens first store in Seattle's Pike Place Market. 1987: Il Giornale acquires Starbucks assets with the backing of local investors and changes its name to Starbucks Corporation. Opens in Chicago and Vancouver, Canada. 1990: Starbucks expands headquarters in Seattle. 1991: Opens first licensed airport store at Seattle’s Sea-Tac International Airport. 1996: Opens stores in: Japan (first store outside of North America) and Singapore. 1997: Opens stores in: the Philippines. 1998: Acquires Tazo, a tea company based in Portland, Oregon 1998: Opens stores in: Malaysia, New Zealand, Taiwan, Thailand and U.K. 1999: Opens stores in: China, Kuwait, Lebanon and South Korea. 2000: Establishes licensing agreement with TransFair USA to sell Fair Trade Certified coffee in U.S. and Canada. 2002: Opens stores in: Germany, Greece, Indonesia, Mexico Oman, Puerto Rico and Spain. Today: There are 11,168 in the US. | TIMELINE
3: 1999 | 1971 | 1991
4: The Central American country Guatemala is the top provider of coffee to the coffee chain Starbucks. Last year Starbucks bought seventy three percent of its coffee in Latin American. The company's second largest provider of coffee is Costa Rica, followed by Indonesia and Colombia. Starbucks also buys coffee from Bolivia, Brazil, Columbia, Els Salvador, Honduras, Mexico and Peru. Starbucks also buys coffee from various African countries, including Kenya. | Where Starbucks Products are Manufactured
8: Starbucks has supported communties that produce Tazo tea ingredients through the CHAI(Community Health and Advancement Initiative) project, a joint partnership with Mercy Corps. This projects helps the needs of tea and spice growing communities with health services, youth invovlemnt and economic advancement. Starbucks takes an ethical approach at purchasing coffee through responsible purchasing practices, farmer loans and forest conservation programs. Through this program it has helped farmers grow coffee in a way that's better for both people and the planet. Starbucks also works hard to minimize the environmental impact our products have on our planet. From working to use less electricity, gas and water. To the store design, operation and recycling. | Different Impacts
9: Starbucks had trouble trying to spread there company toward China. China is more of a tea drinking country and they didn't want to change there culture to coffee, but once Starbucks started to make tea and coffee it spread fast. There was a little trouble trying to get the cocoa beans through security at first but it soon went through easily. | BARRIERS