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Coffee chain Manner Coffee announced last Sunday that it will launch delivery services in Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and other cities by cooperating with food delivery giant Meituan.
Manner Coffee, a Shanghai-based coffee chain, announced on Tuesday that it will open more than 200 new cafes in 10 cities in China.
HeyTea, a beverage brand in China, announced on Thursday that it has completed product price adjustments started in January of this year.
Many Chinese web users took to social media on Wednesday to comment that Starbucks has raised the price of various products by 1-2 yuan ($0.16-0.32), including americanos, lattes and a range of food items.
A Chinese web user took to social media on Monday to accuse a Starbucks employee in Chongqing of driving out a group of on-duty police officers, on the grounds that their eating at the storefront would affect the coffee brand's image.
Starbucks China on Tuesday announced a new cooperation agreement with Meituan, a domestic food delivery platform giant.
The three-year exclusive cooperation between Starbucks and Ele.me will expire on December 31 this year. As a result, Starbucks is seeking new partners in the Chinese mainland market.
In response to recent food safety problems, Starbucks China posted on its official Weibo account a statement on Monday saying that it had immediately closed two stores involved in a food safety scandal.
Starbucks is planning to open 600 new stores in China next year, thus operating 6,000 stores across 230 cities by the end of 2022.
Xingran (Shanghai) Investment Partnership (Limited Partnership) was formed by the strategic collaboration between Starbucks China and Sequoia Capital China on Sept. 8, 2020.
Alibaba Group today announced that Starbucks China has introduced its mobile order and pay feature “Starbucks Now” for four Alibaba platforms.
Episode 65 of Tech Buzz China is a special one — a reading of the seventh issue of Extra Buzz, our new biweekly newsletter written by co-host Rui Ma.
Starbucks took another step toward evolving the digital customer experience for customers in China by cooperating with Alibaba and launching a smart speaker capable of ordering coffee delivery by voice.
It seems like any person at least moderately familiar with China would know that it’s a realm of tea.