Starbucks To Start Allowing Reusable Cups Again
LISBON, PORTUGAL - MARCH 22: Mask-clad tourists get their take-out orders at Starbucks in Rossio Train Station during the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic on March 22, 2021 in Lisbon, Portugal. According to updated data from the General Direction of Health (DGS) Portugal confirmed a total of 817,778 infections and 16,784 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic. The government renewed the country's state of emergency until April 01. (Photo by Horacio Villalobos#Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images)

Starbucks customers will soon be able to fill up their own coffee cups again. The company will resume allowing reusable cups starting June 22nd, after banning them for the last year-plus due to the pandemic. Starbucks has developed a new touch-free system where customers place the cup in a ceramic mug that is held by the barista. The company will also be bringing back the 10-cent discount for bringing your own cup. Do you prefer your own coffee cup, or just get a new one each time?  Which style of coffee mug is the best?

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