The State Of Bottled Water
Currently, the bottled water industry is experiencing some bad PR. Many bottled water companies are simply taking tap water and labeling it as if it was their own. This is driving down salves and lowering the amount of trust that people put into bottled water companies. However, there is a bottled water company that is managing to deft those odds. Waiakea water is one of the newest bottled water startups out there, but it’s already seen 5000% growth. Learn more about Waiakea Water: http://www.grubstreet.com/2017/01/whats-the-best-bottled-water.html?mid=twitter_grubst
Ryan Emmons Breaks Through
Ryan Emmons founded Waiakea roughly 5 years ago. He was in his early 20s with little experience in business and hardly any seed money to work with. Despite these shortcomings he managed to make Waiakea a smashing hit.
The company sells hundreds of thousands of cases of water bottles annually and continues to grow. However, he didn’t create Waiakea for the simple purposes of making money. He wants to give the world a new perspective on water and he wants to change the way we think of bottled water. That seems to bode well for his sales.
A Healthy Alternative From Hawaii
According to Global News Wire, the water used by Waiakea Water comes directly from Waiakea springs. As a native of Hawaii he understands the special appeal of the water there and wants to give that to the people around him. Waiakea is volcanic water and naturally gives the water a number of nutrients.
You can find plenty of calcium, magnesium, and other nutrients in the water, but the real stand out is the silica the volcanic ash adds. Silica isn’t considered an essential nutrient, but it has a number of health benefits associated with it. For example, silica is linked to lower rates of many forms of dementia such as Alzheimer’s Disease.
Clean Water For All
The mission of Waiakea Water is to give the world a taste of clean water. This doesn’t just mean the customers of Waiakea or those living in the developed world. PR News Wire shows that Charity is a major part of Waiakea and Emmons wants people to understand that very well.
Donating to companies that help those living in developing countries access better, cleaner water is an important part of everything that this company does. Ryan Emmons has accomplished a nearly impossible task. He has taken on one of the most stagnant industries and restored customer trust. Here’s hoping he does even greater things in the future.