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From where does “Jamba” “come.”

Hi, Jamba Juice! Holy smokes what delicious juice!

Hey, what does “jamba” mean?

Somebody on the Internet says that “Jamba,” in West African, means “celebration.” Yeah right! “West African” isn’t even a language, random Internet person!


Mmm-mmm! Love that juicy goodness!

Did you know that there’s a place in Angola named Jamba? According to some other Internet person, to Angolans, “jamba” means “elephant.”

Sluuuuuuuuuuuuuurp! That’s me with some delicious Elephant Juice. (If that’s what it is. Is it?)


Did you know you can use Google Translator to see what “jamba” means in Swahili? Neither did I. You should try it, though, if you haven’t already. (Hint: it means “fart.”)

Hello Clifton,

Thank you for taking the time to contact us and for the compliments. Over the years, Jamba has worked very hard to formulate a balance between taste and health and we are very excited about all of the new products we have brought into our stores.

Jamba is derived from the African word jama, which means “to celebrate.” We added a “b” to make Jamba.

We’re delighted to have you as a Jamba customer and we’re looking forward to the next time we serve you.

Jamba Juice
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Dear Crystal Geyser Water,

Mmm MMM! I am tasting your excellent spring juice now. Does it QUENCH!

Hey, I heard this one priest the other day at St. Tim’s say that getting married is like putting together two h’s and an o to make water? And he said that if you put the wrong number of h’s and o’s together, you might get an explosion. WHAT?! Is that true (cool!)?

Well, if that’s true, I think more marrieds should become Crystal Geysers. This is just my opinion and I buy your water all the time and often consume it to disgorgement!

So, I was looking at my water bottle just now and I saw that it says, “Do not refill.” I wondered why it says that. Could you tell me?

Clifton Continue reading Dear Crystal Geyser Water,