Starbucks in Russia has been renamed Stars Coffee - 2022

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Russia's redesigned Starbucks, now known as Stars Coffee, reopened in Moscow.

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Russian musician Timur Yunusov, better known as Timati, is one of Stars Coffee's proprietors.

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Former Starbucks locations in Moscow reopened as Stars Coffee.

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Russian billionaire Anton Pinsky, Russian musician Timur Yunusov (Timati), and Scindia Company own the new Stars Coffee locations.

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The Stars Coffee logo replaces the Starbucks mermaid with a lady wearing a traditional Russian headgear known as a Kokoshnik.

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Following Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Starbucks announced in May that it was withdrawing from Russia and closing 130 of its stores.

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In 2007, Starbucks built its first Coffee Shop in Russia.

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Starbucks has opted to withdraw, and the brand no longer has a presence in the market,

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the firm previously informed Insider in a statement.

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