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To compete with rivals like Dunkin’ Donuts that sell lunch items, Starbucks has announced they will add grilled cheese sandwiches to their menu for $5.25, in addition to a turkey pesto panini on focaccia for $5.95. What do you think?

  • “I can’t wait to figure out an annoying way to order this.”

    Tracy Liffmann
    Floating Teacher
  • “Aw, I always thought Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts were friends.”

    Fred Richert
    CSI Photographer
  • “I’m glad they’re sticking with their core strength of things you could easily make yourself if you just woke up 10 minutes earlier in the morning.”

    Michael Clements
    Lobbyist