Starbucks sources milk from cows fed by its coffee waste

Will Nichols
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Used coffee grounds collected from Tokyo outlets is being recycled into feed for dairy cows

Breaking moos: cows producing milk for Starbucks' Japanese outlets are being fed on its recycled coffee grounds. Starbucks typically composts used coffee grounds, but has been working to find a better...

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