Waiakea water is taking the bottle water market by storm and for good reason. The Hawaiian bottle water company not only offers the highest natural pH value, but it comes from a renewable source containing minerals. On top of all that it is sourced from a volcano. The Mauna Loa volcano to be exact, located right on the big island. This source gives Waiakea water an exotic location to boast about. Let’s just face it, Hawaii volcanic water is just an awesome sounding phrase.
In the ever expanding bottle water market, uniqueness is a must. Everyone is selling the same thing, water, so that water has to be special. The three things that consumers look for are the location of the source, the health benefits, and the company’s support of the environment. For some reason when it comes to bottle water, all the sudden everyone cares about the planet. Luckily Waiakea succeeds all three points.
Flowing through thousands of feet of porous rock give Waiakea a natural alkalinity that is rather high. Alkaline water is the new sensation, it balances the body’s pH and reduces acid. Such a reduction is great for acid reflux, and great for general health as well. The sensation has caused many consumers to check the acidity level of their water. Anything over a 5 is considered alkaline, and a Waiakea comes in at an impressive 8.1. The porous rock also laces the water with healthy minerals.
Waiakea is also founded on helping the environment. The water is sourced form a renewable aquifer that replenishes at a rate of 4 billion gallons. The plant that collects and bottles the water runs on renewable energy, the packaging and shipping is environmentally safe, and they are even using a water bottle that biodegrades faster than regular plastic. CEO Ryan Emmons has stated his devotion to renewable energy many times over.
Finally, there is the exotic location. Just the use of the word spring draw people in. The phrase, from a municipal source, can make people scratch their heads. Saying that it comes rom a volcano is just cool.