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Labels on bottled waters now are misleading, says Olson.
"Nutritionally speaking, the pricey bottled product had a higher calcium content, but Potomac water was richer in magnesium and potassium and contained less sodium."
All bottled water containers are 100 percent recyclable and PET plastic bottled water bottles also use less plastic than any other packaged beverage.
Bottled water has its place and uses, but we must ensure that we recycle the plastic bottles.
According to Bottled Water: Pure Drink or Pure Hype?, U.S.
Water filters on home tap water are an alternative to bottled water, but home filter systems should also be monitored regularly for bacteria.
"If no one looks, no one finds," says Sandra Marquardt of Greenpeace, co-author of a forthcoming Environmental Policy Institute report on bottled water.
Summary: The analyses takes a closer look at prospects in key sales channels in the bottled water market such as wholesales, supermarket, convenience store, online retailers, and grocery stores.
While your article did an outstanding job in exposing myths and unknown facts about bottled water, you failed to cover the product's good points.
While the details of modifications offer varying tones, they are singing a similar chorus: The bottle bills in question ignore a significant portion of today's most popular beverages, such as bottled water, iced teas, coffee-based beverages and juices.
For a century, Perrier-Vittel has bottled its mineral water exclusively in glass.
[UKPRwire, Wed Jun 12 2019] The report titled " Bottled Water Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking: Global Market insights 2017 to 2022" presents evidence-based insights into the key growth drivers and challenges, discernible consumer adoption trends, prevailing regulatory landscape in various regions, and recent technological advances shaping the dynamics of the bottled water market.
Summary: Bottled tea is a general name given for different types of tea that are commercially sold as a bottled drink.
Don't be drawn into the bottled water versus tap water debate as presented in E's article "Message In A Bottle:' The few carefully edited quotes from the bottled water industry included in the rather slanted article did not accurately represent the facts.
The changes proposed by the BBBBC include expanding the law to include non-carbonated beverage containers, such as bottled water, teas and juices; increasing deposits from 5 cents to 10 cents; and allocating unredeemed deposits to an Environmental Protection Fund to support recycling and waste prevention efforts state-wide.