Where is Jamba Juice Corporate office Headquarters

Jamba Juice Headquarters Address and Contact

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  • Address: 3001 Dallas Pkwy Ste. 140, Frisco, TX 75034, USA
  • Phone Number: +1 469-294-9800
  • Fax Number: N/A
  • Email: N/A
  • Number of Employees: 2,500
  • Established: 1990
  • Founder: Kevin Peters, Kirk Perron, Joe Vergara, Linda Olds
  • Key People: Richard Federico (Chairman)

Jamba Juice Headquarters Location & Directions

Jamba Juice Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

David A. Pace

CEO / President

Chris Beeson

Senior Vice President Operations

Mike Barhydt

VP, Controller

Loren Bontrager

Director of Franchise Business Development

Debra Dickson

Vice President, Consumer Insights

Arnaud Joliff

Chief Supply Chain Officer, GM International

Ritchie Labate

Chief Smoothie Officer/Franchisee

About Jamba Juice, History and Headquarters Information

Jamba Juice Company manufactures and distributes non-alcoholic beverages. Its beverages and food products include tasting fruit smoothies, fresh-squeezed juices, hot teas, hot oatmeal made with organic steel-cut oats, fruit and veggie smoothies, Fit'n Fruitful smoothies with Weight Burner Boost, Whirl'ns Frozen Yogurt, breakfast wraps, side salads, sandwiches, California Flatbreads, and a range of baked goods and snacks.

The company flourished and has over 850 locations operating in 36 U.S. states, including the Philippines, Taiwan, South Korea, Thailand, and Indonesia.

In 2014, this company expanded its fresh juice menu and started using fresh ingredients such as kale, beets, and ginger to make juice blends.

Jamba Juice was incorporated in 1990. The owner was accompanied by his three friends: Kevin Peters, Joe Vergara, and Linda Ozawa Olds, and the business began as Juice Club, Inc. in San Luis Obispo.

In 2008, they broadened their focus to include wraps, sandwiches, salads, and flatbreads, which transformed their business little by little.

In 2018, it was acquired by Atlanta-based Focus Brands. It is based in Atlanta, Georgia , USA.

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  • Ninna Reid says:

    WHY? your jamba juice employees do not wear masks and gloves??? they should!!! Mac Donalds employees wear strict mask and gloves, every single franchise, and I sure appreciate that now more than ever.

     
    • Shawn says:

      No need to worry.
      Currently in the United States we are experiencing an epidemic. What you may not know is that every year we experience multiple epidemics, one of which is influenza.
      There are multiple things that COVID-19 and influenza are said to have in common, such as:
      Both are an epidemic in the United States.
      Both can have symptoms, or no symptoms.
      Both kill thousands every year.
      Both have vaccines ( though those for the flu are less effective).
      Both can be transferred despite people wearing face masks.

      Influenza has been ongoing for hundreds of years in the US, with records going as far back as 1200 BC with the Babylon influenza epidemic.
      Influenza is still alive and well, and almost always it rises up, reaches a peak, and then decreases to a low level. The decrease is not due to vaccines, face masks, or any other reactions of man. In fact face masks have never led to the ending of an epidemic.
      Rather it is a result of the immune system, which learns how to combat viruses and retains that defense. Of course the viruses change, and this is why new viruses arise.

      The first vaccine was made in 1798. Vaccination came from an old practice called variolation, which relied on the immune system.
      “Adaptive (or acquired) immunity creates an immunological memory leading to an enhanced response to subsequent encounters with that same pathogen. This process of acquired immunity is the basis of vaccination.” To this I say; if it ain’t broke don’t fix it. Meaning the immune system (when working) is fully sufficient to fight off viruses.

      There’s a difference between fear and wisdom. For example it’s wise to drive a vehicle responsibly, but if one will not drive because there are over 30,000 vehicle fatalities a year, that is fear.
      So if one is sick or showing symptoms of COVID-19 it may be wise to wear a mask, and take other precautions to prevent transmitting the virus. Unfortunately people have gone beyond wisdom in the realm of fear, by requiring such precautions when there is no evidence that such is needed.
      Someone may reply that people with of COVID-19 can be asymptomatic. Well the same is true with those who have influenza, and yet no social distancing or face masks precautions were required during previous epidemics.
      For example in 2009 the World Health Organization declared an outbreak of a new type of influenza A/H1N1 to be a pandemic, and yet precautions were not required since only 284,000 people are said to have died.
      Such inconsistency is based in fear, which is stirred up by reports of the number of deaths. We all know news companies love bad news, as it sells much better than good news.
      According to the CDC the number of deaths by influenza has dropped more than 50% from 2019 to 2020, while the number of COVID-19 deaths has increased. Interesting “coincidence”.
      The CDC website says “Because some of the symptoms of flu and COVID-19 are similar, it may be hard to tell the difference between them based on symptoms alone, and testing may be needed to help confirm a diagnosis.”
      Though if one takes a test it can render both a false positive, or a false negative, showing that testing is unreliable.
      There’s a true saying “anything free costs someone something”, and this applies to vaccinations and testing as well. The companies that do such are getting paid for their services, and while the government will proclaim how they are providing such for free, they will get reimbursed for such through taxing its citizens. This is said to show that there are agendas in promoting such things. If such fear does not exist, people will not be getting tested, and thus the numbers will be lower than they are.

      We often rely on the past to predict the future, and if we do this with pandemics, the longest one has lasted is three years, so any extension beyond the period is most likely rooted if fear.

      The purpose of this is simply to educate people against the propaganda they have been fed from the government, news agencies, or medical professionals, none of which are always correct or truthful.

       
  • Tevin says:

    No curbside pick up options for truck drivers @ 6100 w park

     
  • Jody Troudt says:

    I am a regular customer at Jamba Juice at the EastPoint location in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Today, I visited Jamba Juice to order my favorite, Green and Ginger and was very turned off on how I was approached — so much that I may not go back. The employee had no energy, no smile on her face and could have cared less if I was a customer or NOT – not professional at all. She asked if I was a member, provided her my phone number and she could not locate … with no explanation except nope that is not in our system. I know first hand Customer Service is hard ….. but that’s what brings customers in …. surely hope this changes at this location.

     
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