You can now order a Frappuccino through an app in 21 states.
Probably not what you're expecting: Cinnamon Roll and Cotton Candy.
The drink's gone MIA from the menu at many locations.
There's a cookie straw involved.
Here's another password you're going to want to update.
Just two ounces smaller than the tall size.
The company's Ethos Water program will find a new source.
He wants $50,000 because the cup "collapsed."
It might be smaller than your apartment.
The product is of course marketed as helping to fix the global water crisis.
This one isn't even made of gold or sterling silver.
It's promising to invest $250 million to help 25,000 employees graduate by 2025.
The chain wants in on the green-juice megatrend.
It should bring comfort to teenagers during this difficult time.
So many Frappuccinos.
Seattle's getting its own delivery service, too.
It's only going to be on sale in 20 stores.
March 31 is go time.
Could another dairy alternative be headed to the U.S., too?
The goal is to talk about "issues that matter to our nation."