Assessment of modern slavery risks is not explicitly reported.
pg. 2
"Additionally, Starbucks continues to work closely with suppliers of manufactured products used or sold in Starbucks stores to ensure that the manufactured goods ethical sourcing standards are followed. Commitment to continuous improvement is the cornerstone of this program, and factory assessments have been a key part of our strategy since 2006. Starbucks also continues to collaborate with others in our industry to address ethical sourcing best practices in our shared supply bases."
[[Manali Rana]].....2022-05-11 13:01:48 UTC

Safe human working conditions are ensured, thus it can be considered a modern slavery risk assessment.
pg. 2
"Similarly, we partner with the Ethical Tea Partnership (ETP) to ensure our tea products are produced with sustainable practices and under safe, transparent and humane working conditions.""
[[Manali Rana]].....2022-05-11 13:13:52 UTC

No reference to steps taken to assess risk of slavery or forced labour in its operation or supply chain. There is no risk assessment tool specific to modern slavery detailed in the statement. Factory assessments are too vague to meet this metric.
[[Sascha]].....2022-06-28 02:20:37 UTC