Starbucks Sued Over 'Ethical' Claims
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Starbucks is the world's largest coffee brand and the National Consumers League (NCL) is stepping in with a lawsuit aimed at its 'ethical' sourcing claims. We invited NCL CEO Sally Greenberg onto the show to explain the advocacy group’s justification for filing the suit. National Consumers League nclnet.orgNCL PodcastSally Greenberg BioStarbucks Global Human Rights StatementC.A.F.E PracticesLawsuit Resources Starbucks sued for allegedly using coffee from farms with rights abuses while touting its ‘ethical’ sourcing NBC News  Kenzi Abou-Sabe, Adiel Kaplan  January 10, 2024Starbucks Sued Over Allegedly Misleading ‘Ethical’ Claims Bloomberg Law  Clara Hudson  January 10, 2024 Starbucks Reportedly Sued By Watchdog Claiming Its Coffee Is Linked To Human Rights Abuses Forbes  James Farrell January 10, 2024 Starbucks sued for false advertising about its ethical sourcing claims Fast Company  Kristin Toussaint  January 10, 2024 Starbucks sued for alleged false advertising of ‘ethical’ coffee The Hill Sarah Fortinsky January 10, 2023Consumer Group Sues Starbucks Over ‘Ethical Sourcing’ Claims Daily Coffee News Nick Brown  January 10, 2024 Starbucks sued for allegedly using coffee from farms with abuses while touting ethical sourcing Sky News January 10, 2024 Starbucks sued for using coffee from plantations that allegedly violate human rights EFE January 10, 2024 Starbucks sued for allegedly using coffee from farms with rights abuses while touting its ‘ethical’ sourcing Jan. 10, 2024, 9:40 AM EST By Kenzi Abou-Sabe and Adiel Kaplan Contact Information Social: Instagram Threads LinkedIn YouTube: @coffeepodcast Subscribe to the The Coffee Podcast Brewsletter Subscribe >
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