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Coffee drinkers who don't like Starbucks' dark roasts now have a "blonde" lighter-roast option. Starbucks executive Cliff Burrows introduced the new roast Tuesday in New York. (Associated Press)

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Barista Emily Sly takes an order at a Starbucks store inside the company headquarters in Seattle. The desserts in the case in front of her are newly introduced Petites, fewer than 200 calories each and priced at $1.50. (Associated Press)

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Starbucks unveiled its new logo (at right) on Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011, marking the company's 40th anniversary. Other cups show the company's logo from over the years, from left, 1971, 1987 and 1992. (AP Photo/Starbucks)

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** FILE ** Starbucks Corp., based in Seattle, hopes its new venture into instant coffee, Via, will be as prevalent in stores as its packaged coffee is now. The Starbucks instant comes in just shy of a $1 a cup, compared with the pennies a cup of home-brewed joe can cost. (Associated Press)

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** FILE ** Patrons sit inside a Starbucks store in downtown Boston in 2008. (Associated Press)