EMERYVILLE CALIF .—As many quick-service chains rush to add smoothies to their menus in time for summer, Jamba Juice, the 726-unit smoothie-centric chain, is working to reverse a significant sales slump by adding breakfast offerings, including hot items, to its menu. The quick-service focus on breakfast and beverages is expected to help boost traffic in a sector still struggling against weak consumer spending. Jamba Juice in particular ...
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