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Bottled Water Store.com offers select brands of Bottled Water and Private/Custom Label Bottled Water. For 16 years we have been suppliers for  customers everywhere in the USA. Order our select brands of bottled water for delivery directly to your homBottled Water On-linee, office, hotel, dormitory, camp, vacation home, apartment, special event, anywhere you need it. Or, advertise on Bottled Water! Send us your logo and we will put it on 8 oz, 12 oz, 16.9 oz or 20 oz bottles for company promotions, private celebrations or to complement your marketing program. The Bottled Water Store.com has been the on-line source for unique high quality bottled water products for 16 years! Give someone you love a gift of Bottled Water. View our selection of Bottled Water Brands.

Bill Restricting San Francisco Consumers Access to Bottled Water Not in Public Interest

In response to the San Francisco Board of Supervisor's March 11, 2014, approval of a bill restricting consumer and employee access to single-serve bottled water on city and county property, including parks, concerts, large public events, and mobile food trucks, the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) today stated that restricting consumers access to bottled water is not in the public interest.

The International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) supports the right of San Franciscans to choose clean, safe, healthy, refreshing, reliable and zero-calorie bottled water when making their beverage decisions.  Efforts to eliminate  access to  bottled water on San Francisco city or county property will force people to choose less healthy drink options, which  have more packaging, more additives (e.g., sugar, caffeine), and greater environmental impacts than bottled water, says Joe Doss, IBWA president and CEO.

Moreover, this ordinance means that there will be no bottled water available on city or county property for immune compromised people or during emergency situations when tap water is compromised.

The Healthy Consumer Choice

In todays on-the-go society, most of what we drink comes in a package. Consumers choose bottled water for several reasons, including its refreshing taste, healthfulness, reliable quality, zero calories and additives, and convenience. In fact, since 1998, approximately 73 percent of the growth in bottled water consumption has come from people switching from carbonated soft drinks, juices, and milk to bottled water.

IBWA Joins Partnership for a Healthier America in Supporting New Effort to Inspire People to Drink More Water

 The International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) is proud and excited to be a supporter of a collaboration between the Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) and PHA Honorary Chair First Lady Michelle Obama to encourage Americans to make an easy choice to help improve their health and well-being every day: drink more water.

The campaign launches today in Watertown, Wisconsin, and the First Lady, joined by IBWA and other supporters, will encourage people to drink more water, more often. Safe, refreshing water is one of the best and healthiest choices that nearly everyone can make every day, whether at home, at work, or on the go, says IBWA President and CEO Joe Doss.  It is an easy way to stay hydrated and maintain a healthy diet.

According to the Institute of Medicine and the American Journal of Preventative Medicine, one-third of American adults are overweight and another one-third is obese. And, over the last 30 years, childrens obesity rates have climbed from five percent to 17 percent.  Drinking water is regularly cited as a key component of a more healthful lifestyle and promoting greater consumption of water from all sources is vital.

PHA is asking people across the country to visit www.YouAreWhatYouDrink.org to get more information about the campaign. Anyone can use the logo and messages to encourage others to drink more water by Tweeting about it, Facebooking it, Instagraming it, and talking about it. The effort can be found across social media properties at @urH2O or via the hashtag #drinkH2O.

IBWA and its members are actively promoting the initiatives efforts to encourage more Americans to drink more water more often. Safe, refreshing, and convenient bottled water plays an important role in providing people with a healthy hydration beverage.  We look forward to working with the PHA and others on this important health initiative, says Doss.

 

Our Select Brands of Bottled Water

Great Blue Bottled Water Perrier Sparkling Bottled Water Purely Sedona Acqua Panna 
Penta Water English Mountain Spring Water San Pellegrino Sparkling Water H2Only Bottled Water

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