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Goal: Serve 5 percent of beverages made in our stores in personal tumblers by 2015 Previous Goal: Serve 25 percent of beverages made in our stores in reusable cups by 2015 In 2011, customers used personal tumblers more than 34 million times – nearly 2% of all beverages served in global company-owned stores. *U.S., Canada, U.K. and Ireland company-owned stores. **US, Canada, UK, Ireland and Germany company-owned stores. An important component of our overall waste reduction strategy is the use of reusable cups. When we outlined this strategy in 2008, we set a bold goal to serve 25 percent of all beverages in reusable cups by 2015 – either in personal tumblers our customers bring in or our “for here” serveware in stores. We have also advocated for improved recycling infrastructure and using post-consumer fiber in our packaging. Since 1985 we’ve rewarded our customers with a d...

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