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Starbucks Is Experiencing Supply Shortages - Here's What You Need to Know

One year ago   |   By PopSugar

If your local Starbucks has been out of the ingredients to make your go-to drink order, you might want to saddle up, because it's expected to be a minute before certain items are back in stock. Starbucks, along with many other restaurants and coffee shops, is experiencing supply shortages. According to an internal company update viewed by Business Insider, the coffee chain is temporarily holding production on at least 25 items , including hazelnut syrup, chai tea bags, green iced tea, and more until supply shortages are back up.
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