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Starbucks sued for not filling up coffee cups


Friday, March 18, 2016, 8:38 AM

They have a latte explaining to do.

Starbucks is being sued for under-filling their coffee cups according to a new lawsuit, TMZ reports.

The California-based plaintiffs claim the coffee giant purposefully underfills cups by 25%, despite the menu promising 12, 16 and 20 ounces for a tall, grande or venti sized latte.

“Starbucks cheats purchasers by providing less fluid ounces in their lattes than represented,” the class action states.

Starbucks is being sued for under filling coffee cups.JEWEL SAMAD/AFP/Getty Images

The java drinkers allege that baristas are instructed to use less milk, one of their most expensive ingredients, to cut costs. They add that in 2009, the coffee chain implemented pitchers with “fill lines” so that drinks would get the same amount of milk. However, a “grande” 16-ounce latte requires 12 ounces of milk plus two 1-ounce shots of espresso so the maximum amount would be 14 ounces, the duo says.

A Starbucks spokesperson told the Daily News the suit had no merit since their beverages vary in size, and that they “inform customers of the likelihood of variations.”

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Lifestyle – NY Daily News

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