Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water has topped the list of 10 Best Water for three years in a row. The company’s win is a triumph against its predecessors such as Evian, Fiji, Voss, SmartWater and Icelandic Glacial. In 2017, Waiakea water received an award from Best Water Volcanic for providing customers with sparkling, tasty, and pure water.
Best Volcanic acknowledges Waiakea’s commitment to the business and cultural integrity of transforming the water industry. The Grubstreet awarding platform recognized Waiakea in its annual food and beverage awards for producing the tastiest water in the United States.
Waiakea water brand has left an impressionable influence on its customers and recognition for more than just the water. It has a CarbonNeutral certification and is involved in a couple of society forward initiatives. By using a 100 percent RPET packaging, low emission transport, smaller CO2 footprints and sustainable sources, it is promoting reforestation in the world.
The founder of Waiakea water, Ryan Emmons, stated that in the recent years, the society had shifted its taste of edible products to more organic foods and beverages. According to the CEO, receiving several awards from highly acclaimed platforms is confirmation to the changing taste of food in the community.
Waiakea’s water is the combination of melted snow and rain on the Mauna Loa volcano mountain on Big Island. The water passes through thousand feet long of porous volcanic rock. The collected water is tested and confirmed to be alkaline, full of electrolytes and naturally tasty.
Ryan Emmons stated that by establishing Waiakea springs, he and his partners sought to revolutionize the industry of bottling water. The firm has a dedication to portraying more morally upright ethics in producing water and giving back to the society through the business.
According to Global News Wire, Waiakea water source is at the foot of the volcano mountain situated in Hawaii. According to the Hawaiian belief, “malama u ka ‘ǟina,” it is of critical importance to protect the natural land. In return of fetching the water from the mountains, Ryan Emmons has signed up his company into several philanthropic movements.
The water firm donates water to Malawians in need of water for a month by partnering with Pump Aid in projects. They are involved in building education, promoting a healthy environment and peace among the Hawaii people.
The company which began operating in 2012, has garnered 200 percent of revenue for every subsequent year in the industry. Ryan Emmons started the firm as a high school student and continues to forge key relationships for the success of his enterprise.
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