When I asked the counter person about the change they said there were several reasons aside from the Stryofoam cup. According to the unofficial word of this juice barrista, Jamba was in the process of adding some menu items that WFM corporate didnt’ agree with. In addition to the bad cups, Jamba was adding artificial sweeteners and other non-natural ingredients to the mix and Whole Foods decided to go without the chain.
I have since visited the WFM three times and am happy to report, of course, that the juice is just as good from the bio-degradable cups.
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So I’m not going to Jamba Juice. I’m going to tell them that I’m on Styro-strike. It’s a signature jihad against Styrofoam!