Starbucks teams up with Hubbub to trial five pence cup charge

Madeleine Cuff
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Coffee giant has agreed to charge customers in selected London branches an extra five pence for a disposable cup as part of trial to cut waste

Coffee giant Starbucks will charge customers in some of its London stores an extra five pence if they want a disposable cup from next month, as part of a new trial to explore how to reduce the amount of disposable...

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