SEATTLE Starting in May, Starbucks customers will be able to customize their Frappuccinos much the same way they can for the coffeehouse giant's other drinks. Calling it a rollout of the “however-you-want-it Frappuccino,” Starbucks officials said Wednesday that the blended drinks in U.S. and Canadian stores will be fully customizable, allowing customers to order soy milk instead of dairy, decaffeinated coffee, an extra shot of espresso, light syrup or no whipped cream, for ...
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