Jamba Juice just opened its second location at Denver International Airport, on the C Concourse, and is slated to open a third in the Jeppesen Terminal this fall. "Jamba Juice has proven itself to be popular with our passengers on the B Concourse, so we are delighted to see the brand expanded to the C Concourse and the Jeppesen Terminal," says Kim Day, Denver's manager of aviation.
And Jamba Juice will soon be in good, healthy company on the C Concourse: An outpost of Root Down is slated to open there this month.
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These new additions are just some of the changes that DIA has been making in its culinary concessions.
The new 45-minute waiting area -- with concessionaires that include Dunkin' Donuts -- is scheduled to open in September. And there are many more innovations to come, including the opening of Steve's Snappin' Dogs on the B Concourse by the end of the year, or early in 2014
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