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Zamba, Zimba and Jamba - aged three, four and three - will initially be kept apart before being introduced to one another.
"Talbott Teas is part of our strategy for growth through the acquisition of lifestyle specialty brands that fit well with the Jamba brand and our positioning as a leading health and wellness company," said James D.
Aaron Serruya, President and CEO of Yogen Fruz, said, "Jamba is a widely recognized brand that is very popular among U.S.
This is the first Jamba Juice store for Air Ventures LCC and principals Newlin and Walker, who have more than ten years experience in the franchise business.
In December 2008, White took over Jamba Juice, an Emeryville, Calif.-based juice and smoothie company that, due to mismanagement and a schizophrenic growth strategy, saw a rapid decline in performance.
Jamba All Natural Smoothies contain real fruit, non-fat yogurt and an antioxidant boost with 100% of the daily value of vitamin C.
Over 2009, Jamba introduced oatmeal for breakfast and chunkier, more meal-like breakfast smoothies.
As part of the partnership, the Opera Mini homepage includes a Jamba bookmark, which enables users to access the Jamba WAP site with one click.
Jamba takes supply chain issues so seriously that in July it lured Greg Schwartz away from Wal-Mart, where he was vice president of global procurement, to the newly created post of vice president of supply chain management at Jamba.
Jamba Juice, the juice and smoothie chain operator, is to start selling its products in supermarkets for the first time, thanks to a distribution agreement with Nestle USA.
According to the company, its mobile puzzler, Maya, has been adapted for the iPhone, and its Deluxe version was released in conjunction with the iPhone's Euro launch via mobile content provider Jamster and Jamba, where it is currently exclusively available.
"We've got to improve the consumer experience," concurs Lucy Hood, chief executive of Jamba, the News Corp.-controlled provider of mobile entertainment.