Starbucks (SBUX) announced Wednesday that it had removed more than 100 locations from its nutrition database in response to growing concerns about the company’s food quality.
Starbucks will continue to use its own data to track nutritional content, but it is cutting down on the numbers.
“Our commitment to customer health is our top priority and we have made great progress in this regard,” the company said in a statement.
“We’ve now removed more locations from our database, including a handful of locations in our hometowns and in our home cities, while continuing to ensure our food safety practices are in line with the highest standards.”
The company said it has also increased its monitoring of its suppliers.
Starbucks is also working with its suppliers to identify potential health issues in their food and make sure they are addressed.
The company also announced that it has made changes to its menu to better accommodate consumers.
“While these are temporary changes, we will continue our efforts to provide our customers with the most nutritious and delicious food they have ever had,” Starbucks said.
Starbucks announced that the company will continue its food safety efforts after a series of foodborne illnesses have been linked to its suppliers in the United States.
Starbucks recently announced it would start a pilot program that will allow customers to order food directly from the company.