The bottled water market is numerous with hundreds of water brands. There is an estimated a hundred billion dollars in this industry across the world with the Italians as the number one consumers of bottled water. A few years back, selling bottled water was not well recognized but currently, the water market has become very competitive. Companies now add a little something to the water to make it clearer and stand out. With the added ‘little something’, companies claim that the uniqueness and goodness are what makes the water standout from the rest. All this is done to promote the companies’ bottled water.
With all these to light, many people might actually be asking what makes the water different from millions of bottled water in the market. To begin with, Waiakea water was founded in the year two thousand and twelve and is located in Hawaii. Come to think of it, when you think of Hawaii, what is the first thing that comes in mind? I would guess the natural goodness that comes with the vibe of Hawaii. Waiakea water is all Hawaiian, including the name. Waiakea is coined from the words wai akea which translates to broad waters. Incorporating the culture definitely promotes the good feeling of buying anything Hawaiian.
Since the commencing of the company, they have made enormous strides by taking the extra steps. Their creativity has contributed to the growth of the brand since the water filtered is actually volcanic water. Waiakea water is filtered through water running fourteen thousand feet of the porous volcanic rock through Mauna Loa Volcano. Not only does Waiakea water brings the awesomeness in saying you are drinking volcanic water but it also thrives in taking care of the environment. The business is certified carbon neutral because they use low emission vehicles to distribute and deliver their products.
Beyond taking care of the environment, three percent of their revenue goes to local programs in the community and non-profit organizations. Also, every liter of water bought, Waiakea company donates a full weeks supply of clean water to the people of Malawi in need of these services. That aside, they use degradable bottles and recyclable plastic thus saving the environment from pollution. What isn’t literally good about Waiakea?