SEATTLE Starbucks Coffee fans may soon smell a renewed focus on the beverages that built the global coffeehouse chain, starting with those customers who are said to be put off by the conflicting odors of breakfast sandwiches. —By the end of the year, hot breakfast sandwiches no longer will be on the chain’s menu—in part because chief executive Howard Schultz believes scents from heating the sandwiches interfere with the aroma of coffee. ...
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