Is Starbucks Temporarily Removing Bagels From All Stores?

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There’s no word yet on when they will return
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Starbucks is currently discontinuing the everything bagel, according to their website.

UPDATE, Sept. 3, 3:25 p.m.: A Starbucks spokesperson reached out to The Daily Meal to issue this correction: "We experienced a technical issue with our website that communicated that Starbucks bagels were discontinued. This is not accurate as we are experiencing a temporary outage of Plain, Multigrain, and Everything Bagels due to quality issues. We are working closely with suppliers to replenish our bagel assortment and apologize to our customers for the temporary inconvenience. We currently have plain bagels available in a majority of stores in California, Chicago and New York City."

Starbucks might be recalling bagels from all of their stores across the nation.

All varieties of plain, multigrain, everything, and blueberry bagels are gone from stores due to “quality issues,” according to Cosmopolitan.

It’s unclear exactly when the bagels were recalled or when they will be back, but a spokesperson told Cosmopolitan that they are working closely with bagel suppliers to bring them back to stores soon. The spokesperson also mentioned that all of the other food in stores is unaffected.

"Starbucks apologizes to our customers for the inconvenience,” the spokesperson told Cosmopolitan.

On Starbucks’ website, they note that the multigrain, chonga, and everything bagels are discontinued. As of now, they say the plain bagel is still available.

Although we don’t know when the bagels will officially be back, we are currently counting down the days until the pumpkin spice latte makes its seasonal return, and spoiler alert — it’s very soon.

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