EMERYVILLE Calif. In preliminary unaudited reports Tuesday, Jamba Inc., based here, disclosed a 14.1-percent increase in second-quarter revenue to $89.6 million despite a 3.3-percent drop in same-stores sales for the three months ended July 24. Jamba Juice blamed the sales dip on soft traffic counts in the Jamba Juice chain’s core market of California. The smoothie and juice chain opened 27 branches during the quarter in markets such as Oregon, Florida and Las Vegas to reach a total ...
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