Starbucks is experiencing a massive shortage on popular ingredients, which means some of our favorite drinks won't be available to order.
Since June 4th, the company put a "temporary hold" on at least 25 ingredients due to supply chain issues, Business Insider reported.
"We are experiencing temporary supply shortages of some of our products. Specific items will vary by market and store, and some stores will experience outages of various items at the same time. We apologize for the inconvenience, and are working quickly and closely with our supply chain vendors to restock items as soon as possible," said a Starbucks spokesperson.
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Ingredients like hazelnut syrup, toffee nut syrup, chai tea bags, green iced tea, and other products are out of stock for the foreseeable future. In response, Starbucks has been apologizing to customers for the menu disruption, and some locations have even begun hanging signs in an effort to explain the lack of items.
Since the issue is localized though, so not every store will be out of the same thing. The shortage isa result of a hit the global supply chain took because of COVID-19. So, though you may have to rethink your coffee order for the time being, it won't be forever.
The coffee brand say missing ingredients will vary by market and store, but there isn't one ingredient that is sold out across the whole of the U.S.
Before you start hunting for your coffee in a different state, take a look below to discover some of the drinks affected.
Potential out of stock Starbucks drinks
- Cinnamon Dolce Latte
- Cinnamon Dolce Creme
- Honey Almondmilk Cold Brew
- Iced Honey Almondmilk Flat White
- Chai Tea
- Iced Guava Passionfruit Drink
- Iced Pineapple Matcha Drink
- Very Berry Hibiscus Lemonade Refresher
- Very Berry Hibiscus Refresher
- Green Iced Tea
- Mint Majesty
- Royal English Breakfast Tea
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