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#1 Starbucks has added an average of two stores on a daily basis since 1987. Source: bspn.com
#2 Santa Fe Springs, Calif. has the highest concentration with 560 Starbucks stores within 25 miles. Source: Foodio54
#3 Starbucks had 137,000 employees or “partners” as they call them in 2010. This is twice the population of Greenland. Source: hoovers.com
#4 It opened its first store in Beijing in 1999 and there are now 376 stores in China. They expect to reach 1000 by 2015. Source: USAToday
#5  The average Starbucks customer visits the store 6 times per month while a loyal 20% of customers go to the stores 16 times per month. Click Here! Source: evancarmichael.com
#6 There are over 87,000 possible drink combinations at Starbucks. Click Here! Source: Woman’s Day
#7 The original Starbucks in Seattle sold coffee in 8 oz cups. During expansion, they added the 12 oz and the 16 oz then got rid of the 8 oz and added the 24 oz and finally the 30 oz Trenta… Source: The Seattle Times
#8 The Trenta is slightly bigger than your stomach with the capacity to hold 916 milliliters. The stomach on average has a capacity of 900 ml. Source: shanghaiexpat.com
#9 A Starbucks grande coffee has 320 milligrams of caffeine, over four times the amount of caffeine in a Red Bull.Source: The Consumerist
#10 The Starbucks cinnamon chip scone has more calories than a McDonald’s quarter pounder with 480 calories. Source: Woman’s Day
#11 The zip code that is the farthest from a Starbucks in the U.S. is Adak, Alaska where you would need to travel 1,044 miles for a frappucino. Source: Foodio54
#12 At $300 million, Starbucks spends more on healthcare insurance for its employees than on coffee beans. Source. Click Here! : Fast Company
#13 Starbucks uses over 93 million gallons of milk per year, enough to fill 155 Olympic-sized swimming pools. Source: goodway.com
#14 Starbucks uses 2.3 billion paper cups per year. Source: mercola.com
#15 The owners almost went with the name Pequod, the name of the boat in Moby Dick, instead of the character Starbucks’ name. Source: Woman’s Day
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