Jamba Juice’s expansion of its fresh-squeezed juice platform boosted second-quarter same-store sales, though parent company Jamba Inc. reported flat net income and a revenue decline as a result of an ongoing refranchising effort. The new juice platform was introduced to 376 units during the quarter, bringing the total number of units offering the program to 508. The Emeryville, Calif.-based smoothie chain finished the July 1-ended quarter with 857 units, including 258 company owned and ...
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