Water In The News
Harnessing Drinking Water From The Sun?
Well, not quite….but we have previously mentioned large scale generators that act like air conditioners pulling moisture from the air. Enough to bottle it and provide some of our military in the middle east with drinking water.
ARENA, an Australian company is providing funding to US-based Zero Mass Water to deploy 150 of its solar-powered SOURCE drinking water systems across multiple locations in Australia. SOURCE hydropanels can produce up to five liters of clean drinking water on a typical day, depending on the climate.
Brands In The News
Nestlé Waters Plant In Sacramento Powered By Clean Energy
Nestlé Waters North America, in partnership with SMUD (Sacramento Municipal Utility Dist), just oday announced agreements that will allow its facility in Sacramento, California to be powered by 100 percent renewable energy. The Greenergy Program allows business customers to purchase up to 100 percent of their electricity from renewable resources such as wind, water, sun and biomass.
Hydrogen Infused Water
As the water category continues to expand, brands are searching for new ways to appeal to the market place. The addition of molecular hydrogen gas has been done in Japan where they boast it has become a treatment for ailments and diseases. Brands working in the space say the added hydrogen brings a variety of benefits, including antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. It can also increase energy and mental clarity, speed up muscle recovery time and improve the appearance of skin.
The scientific community is still undecided, however one of the earliest brands to enter the U.S. hydrogen water market place, Pennsylvania-based HFactor has faced the challenge of educating consumers and retailers about the unique benefits of its innovative product.
Fiji unveils new sports cap bottle design
This is not expected to hit shelves until Summer, however we thought we would let you know what’s coming. The new cap will be available on their 700ml size.
Perrier Releases Peach Carbonated Mineral Water
Perrier Carbonated Mineral Water introduces a new product to its expanding selection of flavored carbonated mineral waters: Perrier Peach. The bold and mouthwatering peach-flavored beverage is sugar-free with zero calories and zero sweeteners, presenting a delicious alternative to soft drinks and other sugary beverages.
Perrier Peach is the latest addition to the growing range of Perrier flavor offerings, which currently includes Lime, Strawberry, Watermelon, L’Orange and Pink Grapefruit flavors, in addition to unflavored Original.
Believe It Or Not
What's in A Name?
Or what’s in the can? Answering the second question first. It’s a spring water which is purified and then put in a can. Their tag line is “Made from the deadliest stuff on earth.” A spin taken from the definition of water poisoning, or water intoxication. Yes, too much water can kill you. Their success so far has come from marketing to the millennials.
Question To Ponder
Why do drive-up ATM machines have Braille lettering?