Starbucks announced plans last year to roll out a holiday beverage in Europe that is only available in the UK.
The move was announced as part of the company’s new holiday drinks campaign.
But the decision was criticised by human rights campaigners, who claimed the move will make the drinks less accessible to those with disabilities.
Here are some things you should know about the ban.1.
The ban will only be available in Belgium and the Netherlands2.
The holiday drink will only include two ingredients, chocolate and fruit3.
The drinks will be limited to the UK and will only come in three flavors: vanilla, chocolate-flavored, and strawberry-flavor4.
The products will only contain 20 calories and no sugar, and no artificial flavors or sweeteners5.
The holidays drink will be available at Starbucks in the following stores: The Netherlands, Belgium, France, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Austria, Iceland, the UK, and the US6.
Starbucks will also be making other holiday drinks available in stores in Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany and Austria.