Joe on the Go: Starbucks Opens First Cafe On a Train

Starbucks (Nasdaq: SBUX) is kicking its coffee service up a notch with the introduction of the first-ever cafe on a train in Switzerland.

The retailer unveiled the new concept cafe in Zurich on Thursday, Nov. 14, which features a fully branded Starbucks motif on the inside and out and baristas serving up a wide range of Starbucks' best-sellers. Now customers can truly get thier joe, on the go. Story

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