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  • Starbucks opens a premium roastery in Shanghai
  • Starbucks opens a premium roastery in Shanghai
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Starbucks opens a premium roastery in Shanghai

Coffee culture in China is on the up; the nation is Starbucks’ fastest growing market with a new store opening every 15 hours. To cater to the nation’s growing taste for artisan blends, the coffee chain is opening up a 30,000-square-foot roastery in Shanghai – the first of its kind outside the US.

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