"The knowledge of which geometry aims is the knowledge of the eternal"- Plato


Why Geometry?

We have named our juices after geometric shapes as a reminder of the basic building blocks that make up our physical experience. The word geometry comes from the Greek words "Geo"=earth, and "metron"=to measure. 

In today's busy world, many of us have lost our connection to nature and our planet. This includes the nourishment of our bodies with the organic elements that contain the blueprint of all of life. As we consume organic foods, we connect back to our roots, and from there, we can go beyond the sensory experience of all that connects each of us...forever. 


Plato's Platonic Solids & Theory of Everything

Plato believed that he could describe the Universe using five simple shapes known as the Platonic Solids. Although  the discovery of these shapes dates back thousands of years before him, Plato helped centralize the vision that these shapes are the link between the microcosm and macrocosm. 

Some of the earliest civilizations, cultures, and religions recognized these shapes as various patterns that repeated throughout nature.  They understood that these patterns were the essential building blocks of everything in the universe. Modern science now shows that the molecular structures that form the basis of all life in this universe hold these geometric patterns- including the food we eat!

"There is geometry in the humming of the strings, there is music in the spacing of the spheres"


"I think the universe is pure geometry - basically, a beautiful shape twisting around and dancing over space-time"

— Antony Garrett Lisi

"The knowledge at which geometry aims, is the knowledge of the eternal"