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Many companies are trying to do something to help the environment these days. Maybe their factories are all solar powered. Maybe their workers help to restore wildlife habitat. Or maybe their delivery trucks are making the switch to EV. Whatever the case may be, it’s a growing phenomenon (and hopefully not the latest passing trend).

Jumping on the green wagon this time is Tropicana Juice. The company has already made great effort in recycling and reducing their carbon footprint. Now, their latest mission to save the earth requires your help.

If you’ve bought any Tropicana Juice lately, you’ve probably noticed they have a new “Juicy Rewards” point system going on. All of their juice products now come with a special code (usually under the cap). You simply have to go to their website, create a free account, and submit the code.

Points for the codes vary, but can add up to a savings of $15 per carton. These points can be redeemed for a variety of things, including camping gear, a massage, or museum discounts, among a lot of other things.

The awesome thing about this new points program is they can also be redeemed to help the rainforest. All you have to do is donate 3 points. Why? Well, a donation of 3 points will save 100 square feet of rainforest. In particular, they are working to save the rainforest of the Ashaninka Corridor in Peru.

This is all being done in partnership with CoolEarth, which you can find out more about here.

Best of all, it’s free! Well, apart from paying for the juice–but small bottles count towards the campaign, too! And drinking juice is a great way to keep healthy.

The “Rescue the Rainforest” campaign ends on November 15, 2010. So, get out there, buy some Tropicana Juice, redeem those points and save that rainforest!