SEATTLE Starbucks Corp. has tweaked the recipes of its hot breakfast sandwiches to improve their quality and minimize their scent, but company officials would not say whether the menu items would be eliminated entirely when new food offerings are launched this fall. Earlier this year, the breakfast sandwiches had been targeted for a phase-out. Howard Schultz, chairman and chief executive of the coffeehouse giant, had said at the time that the smell of the sandwiches being warmed was ...
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