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Santa Monica Jamba Juice Adds More Fresh Juice

March 20th, 2013 by Yvonne Condes

Kale, apple, and pineapple juice at Jamba Juice in Santa Monica

The juicing craze has hit one of the biggest juicing companies. Jamba Juice will begin remodeling its stores to expand fresh squeezed juice and it’s first to offer it is Santa Monica’s 4th Street store.

Kale for juicing at Jamba Juice in Santa Monica

 

Anyone who has talked to me in the last couple of months knows that I love juicing and I’m very particular about what goes in my juice that I buy or make. I went to the opening event recently and tried the Kale, Apple, Pineapple juice and it was delicious.

Orange, Pineapple, Apple, Ginger Juice at Jamba Juice Santa Monica

Next I tried Beet, Carrot, Kale, Apple, and Ginger. Also delightful.

Beet Juice at Jamba Juice in Santa Monica

 

What I really found delightful is that juicing is going mainstream. It’s such a healthy way to start the day with two full servings of fruit and veggies and 250 calories or less in one size juice at Jamba. My boys love Jamba Juice, but I didn’t like that there were no vegetables other than carrots. A typical Jamba Juice is fruit juice and frozen yogurt, delicious, but more like a dessert. By introducing the new juices, my boys and I can go to Jamba and everyone gets what we want.

Jamba's new Juice to Order juices at the Santa Monica Store

 

Disclosure: I was not compensated for this post, but I was given juice to try. 

Yvonne Condes (366 Posts)

Yvonne Condes is the Editor and Co-Founder of MomsLA.com. She is a Los Angeles Mom of 2, former newspaper reporter, and occasional marathoner. Also find her at her personal Latina blog YvonneInLA.com and @YvonneInLA and MomsLA.


One comment

  1. Great post! Thanks for attending, Yvonne!

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