Starbucks Marks the Opening of Its First Fancy Juice Bar With an Unfortunate TypoCassie Murdoch3/19/12 9:00pmFiled to: StarbucksFoodDrinkJuiceEvolution freshTypoVegetablesVegatablesBellvueWashingtonSpellingWhole FoodstweetFb179EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkWe first learned about Starbucks's plan for World Juice Domination back in November when they purchased juice company Evolution Fresh. Now, lo these many months later, the first Evolution Fresh store has opened in Bellevue, Washington, and, well, it sort of looks like what you'd get if a Whole Foods and a Starbucks mated. You can buy pre-made juice or order your own mixture, plus you can get wraps and salads and the like. The only problem? They've started things off by displaying a huge poster with a silly typo that informs customers that, "Most fruits and vegatables are fat free and cholesterol free." Is it a bad sign that a company that's all about fruits and veggies can't spell vegetables properly? Hmm, probably only a little bit worse than the fact that Starbucks routinely butcher their customers' names when writing them on the cups. (Cazey, your latte is ready!) Let's just hope the quality control on the actual juice-making is a little more strict.