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  • Viora lid.

    The makers of a new kind of plastic lid are hoping to ride the trend of specialty coffee with a cup cover that maximizes aroma from to-go cups.

  • Fresh off posting quarterly earnings, Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz tells CNBC that his company "can do for tea what we've done for coffee."

  • Starbucks' secret sauce

    Howard Schultz, Starbucks chairman & CEO, discusses his company's earnings and shares his thoughts on expanding its food product line. Schultz says his company's "secret sauce" is customization.

  • Cramer: Crazy not to focus on Ukraine

    The "Squawk on the Street" news team break down the Q1 earnings of Starbucks and discuss the company's move into social mobile. Cramer also explains how Russia is threatening Visa's business.

  • A Starbucks coffee location in London.

    The company posted fiscal second-quarter earnings of 56 cents per share on $3.87 billion in revenue.

  • Futures Now: Expensive lattes ahead?

    The Futures Now team discusses the best way to play the rise in coffee futures.

  • Starbucks breakfast offerings.

    What's old is new again at Starbucks as the chain brings back some fan favorites it had axed from the menu.

  • Not all coffee is created equally, which means it matters where you go if you are looking for a pick-me-up.

  • Premium Cup of coffee

    Dominic Schnider, Head of Nontraditional Asset Classes at UBS Wealth Management, explains why the coffee market is going from a surplus to a deficit.

  • Cramer: Shorting Oprah not a smart bet

    CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses plans for Starbucks to launch "Oprah Chai," a tea-based drink developed by Oprah Winfrey. The drink will be sold at Starbucks and Teavana stores.

  • Starbucks to enter mobile payment business: CEO

    CNBC's Jim Cramer talks with Howard Schultz, founder, chairman, president and CEO of Starbucks, about how his company plans to remain relevant as consumers become more tech savvy.

  • Coffee demand constant, supply dropping

    "Dangerous Grounds" host Todd Carmichael provides insight into why coffee prices are rising.

  • In market, what goes up fast could come crashing down: Greenberg

    Herb Greenberg, TheStreet.com, calls in to discuss his bet with CNBC's Brian Sullivan on coffee and gold.

  • Coffee price volatility hard to manage: illycaffé CEO

    Andrea Illy, chairman and CEO of illicaffé, discusses the group's coffee bean buying strategy and reveals that the price volatility is "very difficult to manage."

  • Could 2014 be the year of commodities?

    This will be the year of the commodities comeback, says Jack Bouroudjian, Chief Investment Officer at Index Financial Partners, adding that gold prices could touch 1,500 by the end of this year.

  • Coffee futures up at two-year highs

    Arabica coffee futures hit a two-year high in weather-driven speculative frenzy on Monday, how will that impact related equities? Will Slabaugh, Analyst at Stephens, and CNBC's Cash Flow team discuss.

  • Coffee prices soar

    Coffee prices are soaring up 50 percent year-to-date. CNBC's Jackie DeAngelis reports customers should expect price hikes at their local cafes.

  • Commodities: Brazil drought has been factored in

    Luke Chandler, Global Head of Agricultural Commodity Markets Research at Rabobank, explains why he thinks the potential upside in coffee and sugar prices are now largely priced in.

  • Coffee jolted by Brazil bean supply

    Coffee prices have risen 45 percent in the last month based on supply fears out of Brazil. The Fast Money traders discuss the bean trade.

  • Green Mountain Coffee

    Your daily K-Cup habit shouldn't get more expensive as coffee commodity prices skyrocket, Green Mountain Coffee Roasters' CEO told CNBC.