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Starbucks will launch a dietary cafe in China

FILE EDUCATION – People who sit in the Starbucks café are in a place in Beijing, China, 29 January 2019. REUTERS / Thomas Peter

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Starbucks Corp said Friday that he would launch a new dietary cafe in China that will go to China. Attending a shoe and cocktails menu, as the world's largest coffee series is trying to expand its sales offer in the & # 39; market that is becoming increasingly competitive.

The opening of a café in the city of Shanghai is a " come as Starbucks have been growing to & # 39; grow as a result of becoming a result of its & The biggest market that comes from pressure from independent coffee shop numbers and Chinese origins such as Coffeein, offer free delivery and great discount.

"Today marks an important milestone as we all bring everything about coffee and work without a new process food rehabilitation, to create new inspirational coffee food and Italian knowledge, "said Starbucks, Head of China, Belinda Wong.

This week's weekend is Bakery Reserve Cafe, Starbucks, which is & # 39; The first source of the kind in China and provides its very good tax, new food prepared from the Italian Italian restaurant and drink drinks from a "mix" bar.

There are cafés similar to the company in the United States, where it has been & # 39; follow up strategy.

Starbucks has benefited from a growing Chinese culture in China but the move has also raised a number of local initiatives, including Luckin Coffee, which says it wants to open 2,500 new stores, year and year over Starbucks as the largest coffee series in China South-

But critics say there are signs that Starbucks' efforts are to improve selling a steam, with a seasonal sale in China. Estimated last month, led by new source openings and delivery program launched by Alibaba last year's webpage.

Statement by Brenda Goh; Prepared by Subhranshu Sahu

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