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Starbucks goes beyond coffee with first juice bar

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Evolution Fresh employee Kristin Hazard shows off a juice product before serving a customer at the opening of the Starbucks-owned juice bar in Bellevue, Washington March 19, 2012. Starbucks bought California-based Evolution Fresh in November 2011 for $30 million in an effort to boost the coffee company's position in the $50 billion health food sector. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante

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The logo of Starbucks-owned Evolution Fresh juice bar is seen on its opening day in Bellevue, Washington March 19, 2012. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante

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A customer walks past the Starbucks-owned Evolution Fresh juice bar on its opening day in Bellevue, Washington March 19, 2012. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante

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Arthur Rubinfeld, Starbucks president of global development, arranges the display of Evolution Fresh food products on display for sale at the opening of the Starbucks-owned juice bar in Bellevue, Washington March 19, 2012. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante

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Pedestrian Jodi Grey walks in front of the Starbucks-owned Evolution Fresh juice bar on its opening day in Bellevue, Washington March 19, 2012. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante

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