SEATTLE Starbucks has rolled its new Clover coffee-brewing machines into 10 units here to begin the introduction of a proprietary coffee line priced at $2 to $4 per cup. The hot and iced drinks are brewed a cup at a time from limited-production beans ground specifically for that order on the Starbucks-owned Clover system, yielding a product that the coffeehouse giant is touting as unmatchable by its legion of competitors. The announcement coincided with areport in USA ...

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