Target, a Minnesota-based company, just dropped the mic with their latest announcement.  And it is a BIG one, especially if you are a bit of a coffee snob like myself.

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Minnesota-based Target Corporation just dropped the mic with their latest announcement of services they are providing guests.

We've seen a lot of shifts happen the last few years with the pandemic.  Online shopping and curbside pickup became a huge benefit as we were all working together to combat COVID.  Personally, I rarely stepped inside a store and embraced having stores do the shopping for me.

Target recently asked guests for their feedback on what they could improve on and some of the recommendations that came in were the following:

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Well, guess what...Target heard you.

This year, we’ll roll out the option to add a Starbucks Café order and make product returns at our Drive Up — no pickup time window or membership fee required. Watch for these new functions at stores in select cities this fall, with more locations coming in 2022 and beyond. We’ll also expand the popular "backup item" functionality with additional product categories (including beauty and household essentials) so you can get more of what you need each trip. - Target.com

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Will Rochester stores be featuring the new Starbucks Cafe for Drive Up?

I don't have that answer yet but as soon as I do, I'll share the news over on my Facebook page - Jessica On The Radio.  Give it a follow and watch for that update here.

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