Starbucks may end open bathroom policy, CEO Howard Schultz says

When the policy was announced, Schultz said he didn’t want the company to “become a public restroom,” but they didn’t want people to feel “inferior” by being denied access.

“We serve 100 million people at Starbucks and there is a security issue in our stores with people using our stores as public restrooms,” Schultz said. “And we need to provide a safe environment for our people and our customers. The mental health crisis in the country is serious, acute and getting worse.”

“We have to secure our stores and offer security to our people,” explained Schultz. “I don’t know if we can keep our toilets open.”

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