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Third Jamba Juice restaurant opened at Denver International Airport

A third Jamba Juice restaurant has opened at Denver International Airport (DIA).

The healthy dining option for health-conscious travelers to refill their vitamin reserves is open on level six at the Jeppesen Terminal.

It offers a selection of freshly-squeezed fruit juices, smoothies, energy drinks and other blended concoctions, as well as foods is open from 5am to 9am.

Jamba Juice is already open in two locations on the B and C Councourses of DIA.

Kim Day, DIA manager of aviation, says: “We know that many travelers seek healthy dining options when they fly.

“Jamba Juice has proven to be a popular choice. So we are excited to see the brand grow to three locations at our airport.

“This is another step in the transformation of our concession program, which will improve retail, food and beverage offerings for our passengers – throughout the airport – over the next few years.”

DIA’s concession programme includes 140 locations over a 170,000sq ft area of retail space and in 2012 generated more than $49 million in revenue for the airport.

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