Renovated Jamba Opens in Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort

A renovated Jamba had reopened in the Downtown Disney District at the Disneyland Resort. Formerly known as Jamba Juice, it was closed last year for renovations and rebranding.

The new store is open and airy with digital monitors for signage inside. It also offers mobile ordering for guests. It is part of a rebranding and redesigning across all of its stores. Jamba is also broadening its menu as well. It now will feature smoothies, juices, bowls, and on-the-go bites. The shorter name was part of the redesign process as the company wanted to show off how its changed with these new offers.

Here is a look inside the new Jamba at the Downtown Disney District taken by DAPS MAGIC correspondent Steven:


What do you think of the new Jamba? Have you stopped by to check it out in person yet? If not, are you going to? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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