2 Starbucks Today 13,500+ stores in 40 countries Approximately 44 million customer visits per week worldwideMore than 145,000 partners (employees)15 consecutive years of comparable store sales growth >5%
3 Growing Presence Internationally Switzerland 31Germany 75Austria 11UK 528Kuwait38Turkey 62Bahrain 8Canada725Ireland 10Qatar 9Lebanon11France 30UAE 46U.S.9,401Spain 58Japan 665Greece 52China288South Korea 187The Bahamas5Taiwan 189Cyprus 7IndiaMexico116Puerto Rico22Jordan6Philippines 106Egypt1Oman5Malaysia 79Saudi Arabia52Thailand91500 +Brazil2Indonesia 48Peru9Singapore42Australia89< 100New Zealand47Chile17Note: Store count as of December 31, 2006.In 2007, Starbucks expects to open >6 stores per day worldwide
6 Global Consumer Products Group Unique distributionchannel outsideStarbucks retail storesProvides brand /channel expansionOpportunity to reachbroader consumerbase, build brandawareness
7 C.A.F.E. Practices Starbucks Sustainable Buying Guidelines Prerequisites:High-quality coffeeEconomic transparency –providing documentationthrough the supply chainThe Four Fundamentals of C.A.F.E. PracticesSocialResponsibilityEnvironmentalLeadershipProductQualityEconomicAccountabilityC.A.F.E.PracticesIndependently Verifiedand Scored Criteria:Social ResponsibilityEnvironmental Leadershipcoffee growing- coffee processingPrerequisitesComponents
8 Starbucks Corporate Citizenship And Responsible Purchasing C. A. F. E Starbucks Corporate Citizenship And Responsible Purchasing C.A.F.E. PracticesDuring fiscal 2006 Starbucks:Purchased 53% of its coffee from approved C.A.F.E. Practices suppliers6% of its total purchases were Fair Trade CertifiedTM coffee4% were certified organic coffee1% was conservation (shade grown) coffee
9 Corporate Social Responsibility Contributing positively to local communities and to the environment is a guiding principle of Starbucks mission statement and produces social, environmental and economical benefits globallyIn February 2006, initiated roll-out of new paper cup made with 10% post-consumer recycled contentMade with 10% post-consumer fiber content, the hot-beverage cups look and perform the same as non-recycled paper cups, but will lower Starbucks dependence on tree fiber by more than five million pounds annuallyStarbucks announced in December 2005 that it will increase its purchases of renewable energy from 5 percent to 20 percent of the energy it takes to power its North America Company-operated storesThis announcement makes Starbucks the largest corporate purchaser of wind Renewable Energy Credits (RECs) in the United States
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