Starbucks Delivery was announced on Thursday by company CEO Howard Schultz. Schultz didn’t say when exactly the service would launch or where it would be available. What he did say was that it would likely start in the second half of 215, reports USA Today.
While Schultz may not have said much about Starbucks Delivery, there one other thing to know about the service. The delivery service will work with the company’s mobile app, which already allows customer to place orders before reaching a store. It’s also unknown what kind of delivery fee will come with the service, USA Today notes.
Matthew Ryan, Global Chief Strategy Officer for Starbucks, said that it’s still too early to talk about the service in detail. However, he did say that the company is “moving full speed ahead” with Starbucks Delivery, reports CNBC.