Jamba Juice Gives Away Free Juice This Morning, Aug. 6

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It might be the day to trade in your morning coffee routine for something a little more juicy because from 9 until 11 a.m. Jamba Juice will be giving away free 12 ounce samples of their brand new line of fresh-squeezed juices.

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You can stop into any one of the nearly 20 Valley Jamba Juice locations this morning only to try out the actual Jamba juice. While no purchase is necessary and you don't need to print anything out to get the deal, supplies are limited and only one of the 12 ounce servings will be given per customer.

Here's a few of the new Jamba Juice Freshly Squeezed Juice options:

Tropical Greens: apple, pineapple, spinach, red and green chard, kale, and chia seeds. Veggie Harvest: apple, beet, carrot, spinach, red and green chard, baby kale, and ginger. Citrus Kick: orange, apple, pineapple, and ginger.

To find the nearest Jamba Juice location to you, along with more information, visit the Jamba Juice website.

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