Starbucks Aims to Be Healthier, Greener America's largest coffee chain is reworking 90 percent of its baked goods, and eliminating high-fructose corn syrup, artificial flavors, and food coloring from its products. They're also removing preservatives from items whenever possible, attempting to mimic the number of ingredients used in homemade baked goods. In addition, the chain will begin selling salads. Despite premium prices of natural ingredients, the company maintains these changes will not affect prices on its food menu.
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