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January 21, 2020 - MarketWatch

Can Starbucks save the planet by cutting dairy? Activists and investors respond

Can Starbucks save the planet by cutting dairy? Activists and investors respond
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The biggest single move by Starbucks’s customers who want to go green might be to stick with black coffee.

Overall, dairy accounted for 21% of the company’s global carbon footprint in 2018, the latest year for which data is available. That’s a figure the company wants to reduce as part of a new, larger sustainability commitment released Tuesday. But even the dairy “fix” isn’t without a cost for Earth, a realization that may prompt greater support of sustainable farming all around (Starbucks is backing these efforts, as well) more than substitutions at the counter.

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