Starbucks delivery rolls out in US cities this year

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Jessica Conditt
March 18, 2015 2:57 PM
Starbucks delivery rolls out in US cities this year

Starbucks already has locations on nearly every street corner -- even ones directly across from each other -- but now on-demand delivery service Postmates will grab your coffee and bring it directly to your office, house or basically wherever your mouth is. Postmates plans to roll out its Starbucks delivery routes in the second half of 2015, starting in Seattle. The service wants users to order through the Starbucks mobile app and then tell Postmates to pick up that iced, grande, soy-milk caramel macchiato (with whipped cream) for them.

Postmates operates in Arizona, California, Colorado, DC, Florida, Illinois, Massachusetts, Nevada, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas and Washington, delivering food from a variety of local restaurants in each location. Check out the options here.

"Working with brands like Starbucks supports Postmates' vision to power local, on-demand logistics to businesses -- and consumers -- of all sizes, all over the world," Postmates writes. "If you can deliver coffee within minutes, you can deliver anything." Challenge accepted: We'll take three polar bears and an ice sculpture of Cleopatra by 3PM today. Oh, and some coffee. Thanks, Postmates.

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