Last week, Starbucks announced that the company would be testing out cold pressed espresso in a limited number of stores throughout 2021. The cold pressed espresso was initially introduced at the Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Seattle in 2017.  In addition, the company also announced that it would be rolling out large print and braille menus later this summer across the United States and Canada. It also introduced a new free service called Aira, which will connect blind and low-vision customers to live trained visual interpreters who will be able to help them make their purchase.