EMERYVILLE, Calif. — Jamba Juice, the smoothie company that operates kiosks at supermarket locations in 22 states, celebrated the national rollout of its new menu item, hot steel-cut oatmeal, by delivering cups of it to non-profit workers across the country this morning. In New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, Denver and Salt Lake City, workers at such non-profit organizations as the YMCA and Variety, a children's charity, were among the first to taste the hot breakfast item. In ...

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