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New Starbucks in Inverness creates 14 jobs


By Ian Duncan


Rose Street Starbucks
Rose Street Starbucks

The new Starbucks coffee shop will open its doors to Inverness customers on Monday.

It is in Rose Street and has created 14 new jobs for the area.

To celebrate the centrally located store's opening day, customers are invited to sample food and drinks from the Starbucks menu, including the new toasted marshmallow hot chocolate, as well as returning seasonal favourites include the toffee nut, gingerbread, and eggnog lattes.

It boasts comfortable seating and free wi-fi.

The store's team has selected local charity Inverness Foodstuff as its charity partner and they are looking forward to supporting it through a variety of fundraising activities, including collecting donations in store.

Inverness Foodstuff was founded in 2014 to help alleviate hunger and social isolation in the Inverness area. In addition to providing food for those in need, the charity offers people access to online facilities, assistance in CV writing, and connects people with important services such as health care.

David Chisholm, Starbucks' Rose Street store manager, said: "We look forward to welcoming customers to our new store in Inverness. We are proud to support Inverness Foodstuff, which is a charity close to our hearts and works to help alleviate hunger and social isolation in the Inverness area."

The new Starbucks will be open Mondays-Saturdays from 6am-8pm and from 8.30am-6pm on Sundays.

Beginning on Thursday, and lasting through the festive season, it will operate with extended opening hours – from 6am-10pm on Mondays-Fridays.

Related article: Starbucks set for Inverness city centre



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