After losing almost 475 outlets located in Borders bookstores before that retail chain was liquidated earlier this year, Seattle’s Best Coffee on Wednesday said it has opened 12 new locations since April. The secondary brand owned by Seattle-based Starbucks Corp. now has about 100 locations in the United States and Canada, and officials say they are committed to growing the retail presence for the brand, particularly in nontraditional locations where there is a need for premium ...

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