It’s no secret that we live in an age where getting up off the couch to physically get food and beverages is no longer a burden we must suffer through.
These days, in the age of delivery services and apps, we can pretty much get all of our favourite foods delivered right to our door, and we don’t have to put on shoes.
For residents in some select major cities in Canada, Starbucks will be joining the list of your delivery options, thanks to the launch of ‘Starbucks Delivers’ powered by Uber Eats.
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The coffee mega-chain has already offered delivery through a third party service in several places around the world including the UK, US, China, Japan, India, and Mexico to name a few.
Canadians in cities like Vancouver, Calgary, and Toronto will soon be able to order their favourite Starbucks beverages and food straight to their door or office.
While Starbucks Canada can’t share an official date when this service will launch, they can confirm it will be available this summer in select stores across the country.