UK Arm Of Starbucks Suffers £17.2m Loss

By Dave Simpson
UK Arm Of Starbucks Suffers £17.2m Loss

The UK arm of Starbucks lost £17.2 million during the twelve months that ended on September 30, 2018, according to a filing made on June 27.

Starbucks suffered as a result of renegotiating leases and shutting down unprofitable outlets in Britain, which led to the company taking a £20 million hit.

Drive-Through Branches And Delivery Service

However, despite closing a number of outlets that were not doing good business, Starbucks is expanding its portfolio of drive-through branches in the UK. The renowned coffee company has also started a delivery service in London, which it is operating in partnership with Uber Eats.

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