(Continued from page 1) Self-service JambaGO outlets are also growing. The company has been placing them in K-12 schools and other nontraditional sites over the past two years. More than 400 JambaGO sites are open, and the company plans to add up to 1,000 this year. White said the company’s diverse format options and “better-for-you solutions” are advantages that will make the Jamba Juice brand even more attractive to foodservice contractors in a variety of settings. ...

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