Bottled water hasn’t been around that long, although it seems like it has. Bottled water is still relatively new and people are still shocked that it’s an industry. For years, people have been able to get free water from their faucets at home.
Recent changes and lack of regulation has made it difficult for people to get clean water from their faucets. As water health became a greater issue, bottled water appeared and immediately dominated the beverage industry. Now, every beverage company in the world has their own bottled water brand.
Since bottled water is so popular, it’s a miracle that any of those can tell each other apart. Everyone is selling water in a bottle, so all their products look the same. Some set themselves apart with bottle shape, and others use special labeling. Regardless of their tactics, it’s all still just water.
There are a few companies that think they’re smart and try to tell people their water has life-saving minerals in it. Luckily, the bland world of bottled water got a boost of excitement when Waiakea Water appeared. Waiakea Water is a volcanic water brand; that’s right, volcanic water.
The water comes from several volcanoes around the Hawaiian Islands, but mostly the Mauna Loa volcano. It’s the only water brand whose water is naturally filtered and enriched before being packaged. Other companies take out too much of their filtering process and have to add minerals after the filtering process.
Waiakea Water is naturally filtered through 14,000 feet of porous volcanic rock. No other water in the world can say that it comes through 14,000 feet of anything; let alone volcanic rock. Waiakea Water doesn’t stop at being the coolest origin water ever; it’s also naturally enriched by that porous volcanic rock.
Once the water spurts up out of springs around the volcano, it’s immediately packaged and shipped off. The company doesn’t do anything extra to its water; it just packages and ships to countries all over the world.