EMERYVILLE Calif. Jamba Inc. next week will begin rolling out a line of sandwiches, salads and flatbreads in what company officials described as a dramatic transformation aimed at reversing declining sales at the smoothie chain. Jamba has been testing the food offerings, which are all priced at $5.50 or less, in six stores over the past few months. The company said Thursday that the grab-and-go wraps and salads and made-to-order flatbreads would be rolled out to 222 mostly ...
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