Starbucks, Artech to partner for nutritional information platform

By Artech News ServicePublished Mar 16, 2017 12:01:54The world’s biggest coffee chain Starbucks is set to launch a nutrition-focused app for consumers and retailers in the coming months, a move that could boost the company’s global revenue and profit outlook.

The U.S. coffee giant, which has a market value of more than $70 billion, will launch the new nutritional information service, ArTech, on March 30, according to a news release.

The app will enable consumers and merchants to track calories, fiber, sodium, protein and other nutrients in their stores and to view products in their cart.

Starbucks will also provide nutrition-related information to customers in-store.

The company has been working on a new app for the past year, and the new ArTech will offer its nutritional information directly from the app, according a Starbucks spokesperson.

ArTech is a cross-platform app that will include a nutritional analytics and data analytics platform and support for in-app purchasing, according the release.

“We believe ArTech provides a unique opportunity for Starbucks to expand our nutritional information offerings and reach a wider consumer base,” said Starbucks co-founder and CEO Howard Schultz in a statement.

“With ArTech’s innovative data analytics and analytics capabilities, we will be able to provide consumers with more tailored information about the health benefits of Starbucks beverages.”

The new Artech will be available in more than 50 countries.

Starbucks’ U.K.-based operations will be included in the service.

ArTech will be made available on both the iOS and Android platforms, Starbucks said.

Starbucks is known for its health and wellness products and services.

The company has plans to launch more than 30 new health-related products in the U.T. in 2019.

Starbuck, which is part of the Starbucks Group, is headquartered in New York City.

Starbucks is the world’s fourth-largest coffee chain.

Starbucks also owns and operates a variety of food and beverage brands including KFC, Red Bull and Starbucks.

How to get your information out of Starbucks’ corporate website, according to the blog of the same name

By Steve HankeStarbucks is going after its employees for a new privacy policy.

The company says it has taken the steps necessary to ensure customers can obtain accurate information about their personal information, including by “clarifying that we do not share personal information with third parties.”

The company has also released a “clear and unambiguous statement” that Starbucks does not “share personal information.”

The new policy, which takes effect July 1, does not include any other information, according the blog post, which was written by the company’s general counsel, Chris Dufault.

Starbucks says the policy is the first to offer consumers the ability to control who can access their information.

Starbuck also offers its own privacy statement for its online store.

The blog post states:”We have also taken steps to clarify that we don’t share personal data with third party entities.

We are always seeking ways to make our online services easier for customers and make our products better for our customers.”

In other words, if you’re using Starbucks’ service to shop, you won’t see any of the Starbucks’ shopping information.

You won’t be able to find out how many items are in stock, or the number of places to buy products, the blog notes.

The new Privacy Policy comes after a series of privacy violations by Starbucks.

Last summer, it was revealed that the coffee chain, which owns about 50 stores, used cookies to track customers’ location on its website.

The company has said that cookies are used to help improve its website and that its cookies do not identify a customer’s specific location.

Earlier this month, Starbucks agreed to a settlement with the FTC over allegations that it misled consumers about the health benefits of its drinks and other products.

In the settlement, the company agreed to make its cookies optional on its sites and to disclose the names and addresses of people who had previously registered to use its services.

Starbucks’ privacy statement also explains how customers can protect their personal data, including the cookies that are used:”The terms and conditions for the use of cookies and other similar technologies are described in the applicable privacy policies on Starbucks’ website.

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