The bottled water industry all across the world is a massive market, a $100 billion industry that just seems to keep getting bigger. In its genesis, many people laughed this enterprise off, especially people that had clean and safe water access in the own homes. Somehow, though, the market caught on with the public, proved to very profitable, and this new industry took off.
Today there are dozens of bottled water companies from producers worldwide. To successfully forge their way into the market and maintain sustainability, many companies seek to market some ways that help their product stand out from the others. While some may be exaggerated in their claims, there is one water brand that can make true claims to the 100 percent authenticity of their product. From the water’s point of origin, to the processes used to obtain it, to its natural purity and healthful benefits, Waiakea Water is authentic in every way.
Waiakea Water is a Hawaiian company, operating right out of Hawaii, that uses naturally flowing Hawaii volcanic water for their product. Waiakea Hawaiian volcanic water is captured as it is filtered through the Mauna Loa volcano, through 14,000 feet of porous volcano rock.The volcanic water benefits for a healthy beverage are many. Providing significant hydration, it is fully enriched with electrolytes and minerals, with alkaline 8.8 pH provided naturally. The electrolytes and minerals that enrich the water include calcium, magnesium, silica, sodium, and potassium.
In addition to its magnificent taste and healthful benefits, Waiakea Water is also bottled with an eco-friendly approach. Waiakea Water is the first company to use certified CarbonNeutral bottles, which are sustainably secured and packaged. With each bottle sold, the company contributes to high impact social programs, giving back to the community while helping to protect the environment.
Waiakea, partnering with Pump Aid, has given access to communities in rural Africa safe and clean water, as well as sanitation. To date, over 1.35 million people have benefitted from these charitable programs. Their efforts up to now have amounted to in excess of 500 million liters of donated water for the region.