At the UBS Global Consumer & Retail Conference yesterday, the Starbucks CFO noted it would continue with its diverse coffeehouse and CPG strategy, planning for 5% comps growth from more food attachment, tea and new product innovation. He also mentioned that they did not see any effect from QSR, C stores and possibly Dunkin’ at all when they promoted. This is more confirmation that Dunkin’ and Starbucks really do have different consumer profiles. There was considerable rumor beforehand and talk about soft Dunkin’ US comps; while the CFO noted some mobile order pay and go capacity problems in busy stores which trimmed US comps – problems they were correcting. Look for a freshly prepared lunch sandwich test in Chicago this summer, along with more tea and Cold Brew flavors coming. Elsewhere, bad karma seemingly continues for Chipotle as the Denver-based chain announced this week that it is closing all 15 of its Shop House Asian Kitchen restaurants by March 17. The company opened the fast casual Asian brand in 2011.