American coffee chain Starbucks opens its first café in Italy, reports The Guardian.
The school was placed on the Piazza Cordusio (Piazza Cordusio) in the centre of Milan in a former post office building. In addition to the usual coffee shops, this Starbucks area of 2.3 thousand square meters will house the world’s third shop coffee roasting (the other two are located in Seattle and Shanghai).
Representatives of the company called Milan’s most beautiful Starbucks in the world. “We want to give people a first-class experience different from that to which they are accustomed in Italy. We are talking about the different techniques of brewing coffee, the space in which you can stay longer, relax and enjoy coffee,” said Starbucks chief designer Liz Muller.
Starbucks is the world’s largest coffee chain, founded in 1971 in the United States. On the Russian market the company works since 2007, the country opened more than hundreds of establishments. Anything in the world more than 25 thousand coffee houses brand.
In may, the manufacturer of food products Nestle has signed with the network Starbucks partnership agreement, giving the company global rights to sell products to coffee shops. Under the deal, the amount of which amounted to 7.15 billion, the Swiss company will receive the appropriate rights for an indefinite period.
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