EMERYVILLE Calif. Jamba Inc. blamed tightened consumer spending for a drop in second quarter same-store sales at its Jamba Juice chain. Systemwide same-store sales fell 6.8 percent, which reflected decreases of 7.3 percent at company stores and 5.1 percent at franchised locations, Jamba said.According to preliminary results, revenue for the second quarter ended July 15 rose 10 percent year-over-year, to $98.6 million for the 736-unit chain.Jamba said it would focus on value and ...
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