A small cardboard box usually containing juice or fruit drink. They are normally packaged with a small straw attached to the box; the straw is used to pierce a small plastic-covered opening on the box, from which the juice is, um, sucked. The primary consumers of juice boxes are schoolchildren, who take them to school in their lunches, so they can drink something sweet instead of something that's good for them, like milk.

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