Waiakea Water, For The Conscious Consumer

There is a source of water so pristine and pure, that it even contains health benefits. Through snowfall and rain on the active Mauna Loa volcano it passes through 14,000 feet of volcanic rock to and purifies this mineral rich water. It contains calcium, magnesium, and potassium. These minerals and vitamins are good for skin, hair, and nails.

This beautiful and earthy volcano is surrounded by 10 million square miles of ocean and is located in Hawaii. It is considered the biggest volcano on earth stretching over 4 acres with a staggering elevation of 13,678′. Learn more about Waiakea Water: http://www.foodnavigator-usa.com/Manufacturers/Meet-the-entrepreneur-behind-Waiakea-Hawaiian-volcanic-water

This amazing water is carefully bottled by a environmentally friendly and socially conscious company called Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water. Started by Ryan Emmons in 2012 at the young age of just 22, the company is currently worth a cool $10 million. Breaking onto the bottled water scene was not easy due to the fact that most of the companies had been around for a long time.

How was Waiakea water going to stand out? It had to appear to customers on a deeper level. In a world where there is so much waste Ryan Emmons thought outside the box. The bottles are 100% recycled bottles and it takes 85% less energy to produce them. Waiakea springs takes only 30 days to regenerate, thus not depleting the source of this mineral rich water.

Not only is Waiakea Water environmentally friendly, but it is also socially conscious. With every bottled water purchase, 650ML of clean water is donated to communities that are in desperate need of it. So far, 500 million liter of water have been donated through their charity partner called PumpAid to such communities in Africa.

With all the current success that Waiakea Water has aquired, they plan on expanding. With the bottled water market just increasing, Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water is sure to be a major player in the business. Consumers are becoming more savvy about what they purchase. They want products that are not only quality, but are sustainable to the world.