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Starbucks investigating climate-change resistant coffee in Costa Rica

Under the agreement, Starbucks and ICAFE will investigate the capacity of five types of coffee, the institute said in a statement.

Starbucks shareholders take virtual reality tour of Costa Rican farm

A new way to experience a Costa Rican coffee farm.

Starbucks introduces exclusive coffee from its Costa Rica farm

The new Hacienda Alsacia coffee is available exclusively at Starbucks shops in Costa Rica, but the company is currently conducting research to assess options to take it to other countries.

Starbucks will have 10 coffee shops in Costa Rica by year’s end

Coffee giant Starbucks on Thursday will open its eighth location in Costa Rica in a renovated house in Los Yoses, east of San José, and company managers confirmed they will open two more by the end of the year.

Starbucks shares decade of research with Costa Rica coffee institute

Starbucks is better known for serving coffee than growing it, but one day your latte might be made with coffee developed by the Seattle-based company here in Costa Rica.

Another fast-food chain closes in Costa Rica

Last Saturday, the restaurant chain Bagelmen’s closed all of its locations in Costa Rica, laying off 110 employees.

Costa Rica’s franchise sector grows by nearly 13 percent in 2014

Despite reports of slow growth in Costa Rica’s business sector, those operating under the franchising regime grew by 12.7 percent, according to the National Franchise Center, part of the Costa Rican Chamber of Commerce.

Neil Young vows Starbucks boycott over GMOs

NEW YORK – Rock icon Neil Young has pledged to stop drinking at Starbucks over an industry challenge to laws on genetically modified crops, but the coffee giant says the charges are false.

Is this Coffee’s third wave?

What was once novel – the warm décor, the gentle music, the faux-Italian lingo – has become banal. Today's coffee snobs would rather snort Sanka than set foot inside a Starbucks.

Starbucks to open fourth store in Costa Rica in March

Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks will open its first store in eastern San José in March, the company’s fourth in Costa Rica.

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