SEATTLE Starbucks Coffee Co. said it plans to replace the whole milk used in its espresso-based drinks with 2-percent-fat milk at all of its United States and Canada stores by year-end. The coffee chain, which has more than 13,000 stores worldwide, also is considering converting to reduced-fat milk in its 39 markets outside of North America. Consumer requests for drinks blended with low-fat milk drove the decision to make the change, said Denny Marie Post, senior vice president of ...
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