STAMFORD Conn. Onsite foodservice provider Centerplate Inc. said Tuesday it has closed a deal with Jamba Juice to offer the quick-service snack chain’s healthful foods and beverages at select convention center, sports stadium and entertainment venues nationwide.The deal calls for Jamba Juice kiosks to be set up at those accounts beginning next year, with further growth expected later in 2010.Bob Pascal, senior vice president of marketing and sales for Centerplate, said the company was ...
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