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March 14, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Steven Berrard, the former chief executive of Blockbuster Inc. and co-founder of AutoNation Inc., on Monday announced his latest business venture -- leading a group that is buying the fast-growing smoothie chain Jamba Juice Co. Berrard-led Services Acquisition Corp. International said it was paying $265 million for the privately held Jamba Juice, which is based in San Francisco.
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March 14, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Steven Berrard, the former chief executive of Blockbuster Inc. and co-founder of AutoNation Inc., on Monday announced his latest business venture -- leading a group that is buying the fast-growing smoothie chain Jamba Juice Co. Berrard-led Services Acquisition Corp. International said it was paying $265 million for the privately held Jamba Juice, which is based in San Francisco.
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December 6, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Jamba Juice Co. warned consumers Tuesday that a potentially deadly bacterium might have contaminated smoothies that contained strawberries. The warning, released in consultation with the Food and Drug Administration, applies to smoothies sold at Jamba Juice stores in Southern California, Arizona and southern Nevada from Nov. 25 to Friday. San Francisco-based Jamba Juice issued the warning after one of its suppliers -- the Salinas, Calif., branch of Cleugh's Frozen Foods Inc.
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January 11, 2000 | INDRANEEL SUR, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Burger King Corp.'s North American chief resigned Monday to become chief executive of privately held juice-bar chain Jamba Juice Co., the companies said. Paul Clayton, 40, former president of the Miami-based fast-food chain's North American division, will begin serving as CEO of Jamba Juice next month. He replaces Glenn Bacheller, 45, who resigned Monday as president after 3 1/2 years with the fruit-smoothie vendor.
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July 1, 1999 | LESLIE EARNEST, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Juice Ventures Inc., the Irvine-based owner of Juice It Up juice bars, plans to double in size this year as it launches an expansion into nine states. Company officials said they purchased Juice It Up's North Carolina-based licensee, boosting its store count to 41. In addition, Juice Ventures is planning to acquire its "No. 1 competitor" in Orange County, which company officials declined to name. Officials at California Juice Stop Corp.
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July 1, 1999 | LESLIE EARNEST, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Juice Ventures Inc., the Irvine-based owner of Juice It Up juice bars, plans to double in size this year as it launches an expansion into nine states. Company officials said they purchased Juice It Up's North Carolina-based licensee, boosting the company's store count to 41. In addition, Juice Ventures is planning to acquire its "No. 1 competitor" in Orange County, which company officials declined to name. Executives at California Juice Stop Corp.
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December 21, 2010 | By Emily Bryson York
Forget your grandmother's lumpy, boring oatmeal. Maple-flavored oatmeal jazzed up with diced red and green apples, a mix of raisins and cranberries and cream will be available at McDonald's 14,000 restaurants nationwide by the end of this week. The product, served in a small cardboard cup, will cost $1.99. McDonald's Corp., which will back its rollout with a massive national advertising blitz starting Jan. 3, is the latest chain to jump on the oatmeal craze. But the move by the Oak Brook, Ill., hamburger chain is expected to trigger a slew of imitators, experts say. Starbucks Corp.
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August 21, 2000 | PHIL LEMPERT
The names -- "coldbuster," "powerboost" and "healthy healer" -- conjure up images of health, vitality, a modern-day fountain of youth. These are just some of the catchy names given to the hundreds of smoothie-type drinks sold at juice bars across the nation. But like the sprinkles you get at the ice cream store, these fruit and vegetable drinks have mix-ins, with names like ginseng, ginkgo biloba, calcium and creatine.
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