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Starbucks partners with food delivery platform Grubhub

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Starbucks partners with Grubhub

Starbucks is making a new effort to expand its client base as more and more consumers opt for home dining due to rising prices.

This month, the company will collaborate with Grubhub to offer coffee and other customizable beverages in a few U.S. locations.

By August, the coffee company will begin delivering its goods to households nationwide, beginning in Pennsylvania, Colorado, and Illinois. DoorDash has provided nationwide delivery services for Starbucks since last year. Furthermore, it is linked to the company's food delivery subsidiaries, Postmates and Uber Eats.

According to Starbucks, its U.S. delivery division had double-digit growth in the most recent quarter. Starbucks experienced a decrease in same-store sales for the first time in nearly three years in April. This was mainly due to weak demand in its two biggest markets, the United States and China. As a result, the company has lowered its annual sales projection. Customers can get free delivery and reduced service fees on the company's drinks by signing up for the Grubhub monthly membership program.

Delivery access will be available on both the official Grubhub website and its mobile app. In order to offer robot delivery services throughout college campuses, fast food and restaurant chains, such as Wendy's and McDonald's, have delivery relationships with Grubhub, a division of Just Eat Takeaway.com NV. Grubhub was added by Amazon to its mobile app and website on Monday. This makes it possible for Americans to place direct food orders with Grubhub.

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