In the third year of an ongoing turnaround plan, the parent to the Jamba Juice smoothie chain said Wednesday that 2013 would be a year of “transformational growth,” with the addition of freshly squeezed juices in more units and a new limited-menu Smoothie Station format. RELATED • Franchise group acquires 32 Jamba Juice units in Hawaii • Jamba Juice introduces kids’ meals • More restaurant industry operations news Jamba Juice Co. chair, ...
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