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Starbucks Allows Reusable Cups Again After 15-Month Break
Yahoo.com reports that you can soon bring your reusable cups back to Starbucks. The coffee giant announced that starting June 22 company-operated stores in the U.S. are “safely reintroducing personal reusable cups.”
The move comes more than 15 months after Starbucks temporarily restricted personal mugs in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic in March 2020.
“Bringing back personal reusable cups is key part of Starbucks' ongoing commitment to reduce single-use cup waste and goal to reduce waste by 50% by 2030,” the company said in a statement.
Kroger Begins Free Drone Deliveries
The Dayton Daily News reports that drone-flown deliveries of groceries will start Wednesday in an area within a mile of Kroger’s Centerville store, signaling a new era in flight and grocery shopping.
The Kroger Co. has been working with a Monroe company, Drone Express, to deliver groceries via drones, and actual flights responding to customer orders will start happening this week.
Erin Rolfes, a spokeswoman for Kroger, said drone flights have been tested for several days, and deliveries will be ready to go on Wednesday.
Nathan’s Famous Launches Brand’s First Natural Casing Footlong Hot Dog
Nathan’s Famous, Inc., the American tradition serving New York favorites for more than 100 years, announced the creation of its first footlong hot dog, because there’s never too much of a good thing. The footlong hot dog features all the makings of a Nathan’s Famous hot dog – the natural casing and the Nathan’s Famous secret spice recipe – with just more to love.
"Indulgence isn’t a bad thing, especially when it comes to a Nathan’s Famous hot dog,” states James Walker, Senior Vice President, Restaurants. “Whether you like it plain, or with just a little Nathan’s Famous mustard, or you go all out with our world-famous chili cheese dog, a Nathan’s Famous hot dog is certainly a treat. We figured, especially given the year we’ve all had, why not double down on that indulgence and offer twice the taste, because sometimes size does matter.”
Domino's Pizza Asks Guests 'Not to Buy NFTs From the Noid'
Domino's Pizza knows that the Noid is back and will stop at nothing to thwart great pizza deliveries. However, recent Noid innovations featured in the latest Domino's television campaign, such as the infamous Pizza Crusher, Pizza Slayzer and giant Noid Balloon Blockade, haven't stopped tech-savvy Domino's from delivering delicious pizza to families nationwide. What's a villain to do?
To Domino's dismay, their nemesis has decided to sell one-of-a-kind nonfungible tokens (NFTs) linked to these tools, over the course of a fourteen-day auction, to fund future schemes. Domino's was alerted to this nefarious plan and felt a strong statement was necessary: please don't buy them!
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