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A Jamba Juice Menu

A Jamba Juice Menu

Jamba Juice Menu:

I want to make a smoothie. I want to make a fruit or smoothie bowl. I want to make a smoothie with a protein shake from our supplements line. I want to make a protein shake from our supplements line. I want to make a fruit or smoothie bowl with a protein shake from our supplements line. I want to make a fruit or smoothie bowl with a fruit smoothie.

Fruit

Beginning with its Southern California founding in 1990, Jamba Juice was arguably ahead of its time as a leading purveyor of smoothies and fresh-pressed juices that gained serious momentum in the early 2000s. In those days, their menu was best known to deliver fresh, whole ingredients and options for nutritional boosts. In more recent years, Jamba Juice has expanded their menu to offer not only sips, but eats—as in, fruit-based bowls, snacks, and even a Belgian waffle.

The many options for made-to-order smoothies at Jamba Juice can be overwhelming. The chain offers an ever-expanding line of classic smoothies, boosted smoothies, coffee smoothies, all-fruit smoothies, whole food nutrition smoothies, fruit and veggie smoothies, protein smoothies, and creamy treat smoothies. (Source: www.verywellfit.com)

Bowl

Beginning with its Southern California founding in 1990, Jamba Juice was arguably ahead of its time as a leading purveyor of smoothies and fresh-pressed juices that gained serious momentum in the early 2000s. In those days, their menu was best known to deliver fresh, whole ingredients and options for nutritional boosts. In more recent years, Jamba Juice has expanded their menu to offer not only sips, but eats—as in, fruit-based bowls, snacks, and even a Belgian waffle.

Like the smoothie version, the Vanilla Blue Sky Bowl is also the most nutritious option in its section of the menu with one bowl (384g) providing 330 calories, 9g fat, 3g saturated fat, 62g carbohydrate, 33g sugar, 6g protein, 85mg sodium. It also packs 110% of your daily value of vitamin C, as well as 25% of your daily recommended intake of calcium. (Source: www.verywellfit.com)

 

 

 

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