What happened Jamba Juice?
Jamba Juice is no more. In June, the smoothie company said it just wanted to be called just Jamba. The company, which has 850 locations around the globe, says the rebrand is about more than just a name. It's introducing new menu items, and says the change is more inclusive of its full menu and new suite of ingredients.
Why did Jamba Juice change their name?
The health food chain announced the name change Thursday. Jamba said the new name better reflects its menu, which has more than juices. It's expanding its offerings with smoothies, bowls and sandwiches as consumers gravitate toward healthier foods. Jamba's new logo.
Does Jamba Juice use real fruit?
Many of Jamba's smoothies and juices contain fruit juice blends, which are made from fruits like oranges, apples, pineapples, strawberries, and bananas. Although these fruits are healthy, fruit juices are a concentrated source of sugar and calories.
Who is Jamba Juice owned by?
Jamba is now a wholly-owned subsidiary of FBI. We are excited to officially welcome Jamba, a leader in the smoothie and juice category with strong franchise operators and an iconic heritage, into our family of well-known and highly loved 'fan favorite' brands, said Steve DeSutter, CEO of FBI.
Are Starbucks and Jamba Juice the same company?
The ownership group, Caf Hawaii Partners, which operated the Starbucks stores through Coffee Partners Hawaii, also owns and operates Jamba Juice Hawaii and has plans to open P.F. Chang's China Bistro this summer.
Where did Jamba Juice start?
Jamba Juice started out in San Luis Obispo, CA in 1990 as a little juice shop with a big idea: that eating better should be easy. For nearly 30 years, Jamba Juice has led the way in creating and defining the smoothie and juice category as we know it.