Jamba Juice Company is encouraging consumers to enjoy a healthy start to 2015 by expanding its Whole Food Nutrition and Fruit & Veggie smoothie lines. Keeping with the company's ongoing mission to provide consumers with healthier food and beverage options, Whole Food Nutrition smoothies are made with real fruit and provide a good source of protein and Vitamin C. Fruit & Veggie smoothies contain at least three total servings of fruit and vegetables in each small size. Jamba Juice is committed to helping reverse America's well-documented fruit and vegetable deficit.
Capitalizing on consumer demand for healthy options, Jamba Juice accelerated the rollout of its new fresh-squeezed juicing platform, completing the nationwide expansion by June 2, several months ahead of schedule.
Jamba Inc., the health and wellness brand and retailer of juice and smoothies, announced the launch of a new franchise recruiting campaign focused on single-store development in existing and new domestic markets. Jamba was recently selected one of Forbes Top 10 Best Franchises in America.
Jamba Inc. announced today that its expanded fresh-squeezed juice menu will be available in over 500 Jamba Juice stores nationally as of June 2. Due to overwhelming consumer response in the pilot launch, the company accelerated the national roll out of the expanded fresh-squeezed juice platform, previously forecasted to be in 500 stores by the close of 2014.
Health continues to be the driving trend for menu development and product innovation in the limited-service restaurant space—and that’s not changing any time soon.
At this year’s National Restaurant Association’s (NRA) Restaurant, Hotel-Motel Show, Jane Grote Abell, founder and chairman of Donatos Pizza; Susan Shields, CIO of Jamba Juice; and Greg Dollarhyde, CEO of Veggie Grill, joined moderator Aaron Noveshen, president of The Culinary Edge, in a discussion on winning consumers through menu innovation.
Whether or not consumers are flocking to the better-for-you items they’re demanding from quick-serve restaurants is up for debate, but there’s really no argument about yogurt’s success. The dairy product’s growth is hard to ignore; according to U.S. Department of Agriculture data, yogurt production doubled between 2002 and 2012 to meet demand.
Quick-serve corporate offices generally dictate cobranding partnerships. But, as in Arturo Zindel’s case, sometimes a franchisee’s passion for another brand motivates the executive team to agree to new partnership opportunities.
Zindel, a Jamba Juice franchisee, plans to open five cobranded stores with Bruegger’s Bagels.
Bruegger’s Bagels, a leading fast casual bagel bakery known for its fresh-baked New York-style bagels, announced a multiunit development agreement with West Palm Beach, Florida-based Great Service Restaurants.
Long dominated by the likes of Twinkies and soda, the vending world is now counting quick-serve specialties among its selections. Consumers craving a fix from some of their favorite brands are no longer restricted by regular hours of operation, and operators can boost sales with a small initial investment and low operating costs.
“It’s becoming more and more prevalent,” says Steven Brush, cofounder of the consulting service iBrandEz, which specializes in nontraditional franchising. “Customer occasion marketing basically means where-I-want-it, when-I-want-it types of foods.”
Jamba Juice Las Vegas, known for its range of healthy and nutritious smoothies and menu items, is taking its nutrition and health commitment one step further.
To reinforce the many benefits of physical activity and improve the overall health of those in the Las Vegas Valley, Jamba Juice Las Vegas is helping to support the Southern Nevada Moves Miles campaign.