Starbucks founder: For safety reasons, “public toilets” may no longer be opened to non-store consumers

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 Titanium Media App reported on June 13 that the founder of the global coffee chain Starbucks said that for safety reasons, Starbucks’ toilets may no longer be open to non-store consumers in the future. According to the "Washington Post" report on the 10th, Starbucks founder Howard Schultz talked at a recent conference in Washington, D.C., Starbucks serves 100 million consumers every day, and the non-store consumers who use their bathrooms as public toilets The constant influx poses a safety hazard for Starbucks employees and in-store consumers. Starbucks is taking some tougher policies and considering limiting the number of non-consumers entering the store due to safety concerns. Schultz admitted that this is a major corporate culture change since 2018. It is reported that in 2018, when an African-American man requested to use the bathroom at a Starbucks in Philadelphia, the store manager refused because he did not spend. Later, under pressure from public opinion, Starbucks announced that its restrooms were open to everyone. (Source: Global Times)

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