Starbucks Enters Sukabumi and Tasikmalaya, West Java

Through the Greener Nusantara initiative, Starbucks Indonesia has launched multiple programs in support of reducing waste across Indonesia such as eliminating over 30 million straws through the introduction of strawless lids in 2020, completely transitioning to cold cups made with rPET (recycled polyethylene terephthalate) in 2021, and the monthly Bring Your Own Tumbler program in all stores.

As part of Starbucks’ ongoing commitment to creating a positive impact in the communities it serves, Starbucks Indonesia actively participates in activities that uplift the community. The first Community Store in the Tanah Abang neighbourhood of Jakarta opened in 2020 in support of creating educational opportunities for youth in Tanah Abang, followed by the additional Starbucks Creative Youth Entrepreneurship Program (SCYEP) in support of youth empowerment.

More than 500,000 coffee seeds have been donated to coffee farmers through the Art in The Cup program in collaboration with the Farmers Support Center in Berastagi, North Sumatra. And in appreciation of frontline responders of the Covid-19 outbreak, over 45,000 cups of beverages have been donated to hospitals and vaccination centers.

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