Jamba Juice Smoothies Not Healthy As Advertised, Suit Says

By Rick Archer (August 23, 2018, 6:21 PM EDT) -- A pair of Jamba Juice customers on Thursday filed a putative class action suit accusing the chain of misleading customers about the ingredients and nutritional value of its smoothies.

Teri Turner and David Lundquist claimed while Jamba Inc.'s marketing states their smoothies are healthy and made from whole fruits and vegetables, the drinks are in fact high in calories and sugar and made with concentrated fruit juices.

"Capitalizing on consumer demand, Jamba Juice markets its smoothies as simple and nutritious. Jamba Juice claims, among other things, that the smoothies will 'rejuvenate your body with ... healthy goodness' and 'help you be...

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