You probably don’t have to travel far to find juice at the grocery store.
You can find it at your local juice shop or at a local juice bar.
But the juice that you buy at a juice shop isn’t the juice you drink.
It’s the juice from the jungle that’s being processed in a factory.
And it’s not the juice produced in a sustainable way, either.
It comes from a source that’s often exploited, in some cases, to extract minerals from the earth.
That’s why it’s so hard to find fresh, organic, and free-range organic juice.
The Jungle Juice Project, an independent lab in South Africa that is responsible for the production of the juice, says its juice comes from plants that were once used for their leaves, which were then grown and processed in other parts of the world.
The juice was then sent to a factory in South Korea.
The result: an unsightly yellow plastic bag with the word “Jungle” on it.
And that’s not all.
It contains about 40 different minerals that the jungle juice has been processed with, including iron, magnesium, copper, calcium, manganese, zinc, chromium, copper sulfate, zinc oxide, cobalt, and other minerals that make up the backbone of a variety of crops, like cotton and wheat.
So you could make your own juice, but what happens if you’re sick of eating it?
“The jungle juice that we have, the juice we buy from the grocery stores, we have to pasteurize and then freeze in plastic bottles.
So it has to be stored at -160 degrees Celsius [212 degrees Fahrenheit],” said Sarah Jansen, a Jungle Juice project coordinator.
“In order to do that, we need to take all the minerals out of the soil and take it out of there.”
To do this, the team of Jungle Juice lab workers uses an electrochemical process to extract all the ingredients in the jungle.
To do that requires electricity, so the team uses a generator that’s plugged into the Internet.
That means that the lab workers don’t need to go out of their homes and power their lab equipment with solar power or solar energy.
“If we were doing this on our own, it would take a lot more time,” Jansen said.
And since the jungle is still in an unstable situation, they need to be careful not to burn the minerals.
To be sure, they also need to keep the environment clean.
Jungle Juice works to keep that clean by collecting and recycling materials, like trees, leaves, and roots, that are discarded at the factory.
Jansen explained that while it is an expensive and time-consuming process, it’s crucial that the labor and materials used in the process are sustainable.
And the workers are dedicated to doing what’s right.
“This is our community, our community of people that we are trying to make sustainable,” she said.
“So if we’re not doing what is right, then we can’t do it.”
The Jungle is not the only lab in the world that produces its own juice.
Many of the ingredients that the Juice Project is using are also sourced from the Amazon rainforest.
“We’re trying to change the world’s food system.
And so this is our mission,” Janson said.
Jungle juice, it seems, can help change the way you eat, too.
“It’s like a super-food,” Jahan said.
In fact, it could be the first time you see a superfood.
The Juice Project hopes to make more jungle juice by developing a different, more sustainable way to extract the minerals that will make it into your own drink.