STARBUCKS CEO SAYS FOOD COULD USE MORE WORK

Starbucks CEO Laxman Narasimhan has been working monthly shifts to better understand the company's culture and customers.

Narasimhan believes that Starbucks' food offerings could be improved to better reflect the evolving demand from customers.

While Narasimhan did not provide specifics on how to improve the food menu, his comments have raised questions about potential menu changes.

Starbucks beat analyst expectations in earnings and revenue, but Narasimhan believes the company's health could be stronger.

Moving forward, Narasimhan wants to tailor Starbucks stores to better meet customer demands and advance technology.

He aims to simplify operations by offering fewer, more sustainable, and cheaper cup-and-lid combinations.

Starbucks has been expanding its drink lineup, including the divisive olive oil-infused coffee drinks and ready-to-drink beverages like the Pink Drink in grocery stores.

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