EMERYVILLE Calif. Jamba Juice plans to test a breakfast menu of hot stuffed-pocket sandwiches and "chunky smoothies," or meals-in-a-cup that have to be eaten with a spoon. The hot items will require new equipment that could also be used to cook or heat lunch, dinner or snack products, but "food offerings will always be a complement to our drinks, which are center-of-the-plate for us," said chief executive Paul Clayton.New selections are part of the 633-unit juice chain's strategy to ...
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