Jamba Juice Enters Fresh-Juice Arena; Speculation Causing Unstable Food Prices

• Now Jamba Juice is squeezing its way into the fresh-juice trend, starting with blends of orange, mango, and berry elixirs. [NRN]

• Opening day of Jose Andres’s much-anticipated D.C. food truck featured long lines and $20 Iberico-ham sandwiches. [WP]

• Crazy ups and downs for food prices recently are not just owing to bad weather — investors speculating on the crops have caused much of the instability. [Wired Science/Wired]

• Queens Plaza, the once-seedy strip just off the Queensboro Bridge, has turned into a hot lunch destination, with options like Atlas Cafe and Checkers. [NYDN]

• Ultrasustainable grocer Forager’s Market is making its way from Dumbo to Chelsea Market, opening its Manhattan branch on Friday. [Diner’s Journal/NYT]

• A mother of four was forced by a TSA officer to pump breast milk into her empty baby bottles before she could pass through airport security. Empty or full bottles? Make up your mind, TSA. [NYDN]