Redleaf’s Canadian ultra-premium bottled water is now available in the United States. The company aims to have a zero-waste bottling process and uses only the amount of water required for bottling, it says. Redleaf sources its water from an aquifer in British Columbia and uses UV purification, which allows the water to be bottled at the source without being touched by human hands, the company says. In addition, Redleaf is packaged in a 500-ml. PET bottle that is made with 25 percent recycled plastic. The product is available in 12-packs for $5.99 and 24-packs for $7.99 in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Texas and southern California.
The October 2015 issue of Beverage Industry includes a cover story about our Executive of the Year, Seth Goldman of Honest Tea, as well as articles about the bottled water market, Sipp Eco Beverage Company, and organic/natural beverages. Check it out today!