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Starbucks adds three India stores

Tata Starbucks, a joint venture between US coffee giant Starbucks and Indian company Global Tata Beverages, has expanded in India, adding three new stores in Delhi and Mumbai.

The new outlets take the chain to 15.

“We will continue to extend our presence in locations where our customers want and expect us to be, to enjoy the unique third place between work and home,” said Tata Starbucks CEO Avani Davda.

The Delhi stores at Greater Kailash and Nehru Place metro station and Mumbai store at R-City Mall span 190 sqm, 180 sqm and 155 sqm, respectively.

“Each of our stores is strategically located in both cities and caters to people of diverse ethnic, income, and age groups with varying tastes and interests,” said Davda.

Tata Starbucks targets 50 outlets this year. Starbucks entered India in October 2012.

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