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Starbucks issues ultimatum: People who believe in traditional marriage not welcomed as customers

Slowly but surely, traditional American culture and values are being swept away by liberal, progressive activists and culture warriors who actively encourage a break from our past, even if they don't say so directly.

Starbucks' new Frappuccino contains 400% recommended daily limit of sugar

By Devon: (NaturalNews) When someone downs a Starbucks venti frappuccino, it's probably not the caffeine keeping them addicted, antsy, and wide-eyed. Instead, they are hyper and jumping all over the place because they just downed about 30 cubes of sugar! That's how much sugar is in the new Starbucks Cinnamon Roll venti frappucccino.

Another solid reason to avoid Starbucks: Their new 'coconut milk' is low-quality junk food

By Fassa: (NaturalNews) Starbucks has become ubiquitous internationally. It has its pleasant atmosphere and conveniences. But even with Starbucks' high prices, Consumer Reports has rated McDonald's cheaper coffee above Starbucks' burnt bean offerings.

Starbucks recently debuted its very own "coconut milk." But is it a healthy dairy alternative, or just another overpriced mediocre even unhealthy item that draws so many who think nicer surroundings cancel out the junk food offered?[1]

Starbucks stirs up extreme racial animosity with condescending corporate public relations FAIL: #RaceTogether

By Adams: (NaturalNews) Starbucks, the same company that still serves milk from cows fed genetically modified animal feed, is being absolutely crucified today across social media for its wildly ignorant "#RaceTogether" P.R. campaign. The ill-fated campaign calls for baristas to hand-write "#RaceTogether" on Starbucks cups, and the publicity for it features a bunch of white people's hands holding those cups.

"May I have a latte and an explanation for why your people continue to plunder my country? #RaceTogether" tweeted a user named Elle La Negra.

Tell Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz to stop fighting GMO labeling, start using non-GMO milk

By Huff: (NaturalNews) Though this immensely popular coffee chain often tries to blend in with the health crowd, pretending to be environmentally and nutritionally conscious, the Starbucks Coffee Company is an active member of a food organization fighting to keep you and your family in the dark about genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

Tell Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz to stop fighting GMO labeling, start using non-GMO milk

By Huff: (NaturalNews) Though this immensely popular coffee chain often tries to blend in with the health crowd, pretending to be environmentally and nutritionally conscious, the Starbucks Coffee Company is an active member of a food organization fighting to keep you and your family in the dark about genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

Tell Starbucks to stop serving Monsanto: no more GMOs in our lattes


When you buy a latte at Starbucks, you may be inadvertently funneling money into Monsanto's pockets, too. It turns out that the milk served in Starbucks products comes from cows raised on genetically modified animal feed such as GM corn and soy products. "These crops degrade the quality of our land and water, perpetuate corporate-controlled agriculture, and have potentially negative health impacts on livestock," says GMO Inside. "Additionally, the overuse of antibiotics in industrialized farming is contributing to the spread of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, putting us all at risk."