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Starbucks To Establish Raw Material Purchase Base In China November 18, The multinational coffee retailer Starbucks is looking at sourcing coffee beans from China's Yunnan Province and the company is reportedly planning to build a coffee raw material purchase base in China.
As a result of the economic crisis, Starbucks sales in the United States and Western European countries have declined over the past few months.
In addition, the company has cut its global expansion plan for from new stores to Starbucks China said that it currently has over coffee shops across China, of which more than were located on the Chinese mainland.
Starbucks has entered the first-tier cities in East China, South China, and North China and the country has become the second largest marketplace, after North America, for Starbucks.
To promote Starbucks' rapid development in China and to accelerate its localization process, the company intends to build a raw materials purchasing base in China. At present, Starbucks China is investigating the quality of coffee produced in Yunnan.
If Starbucks decides on cooperation with Yunnan, the company will purchase high-quality coffee from the province as and assist the local coffee farmers to produce high-quality coffee.Starbucks must ensure that it does not violate any laws and regulations in the home market and countries from where they buy raw materials.
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