Jamba Inc., the parent of smoothie chain Jamba Juice, narrowed its losses in the fourth quarter, saying the company delivered on its strategic and financial targets. Fiscal 2013 was the Emeryville, Calif.-based company’s third consecutive year of same-store sales growth. Franchised locations include 36 of the new Smoothie Station concept, a limited-menu format. Whole-food blending and the expanded fresh-squeezed juice platform was available at 64 California locations as of Dec. 31. ...

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