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Bothell, Wash.-based Essentia Water launched its “Create A Better You” contest on Monday, Oct. 7. The four-week online promotion runs through Nov. 2 and invites contestants 18 years of age and older to share photos that illustrate what inspires them to be healthier and happier on the brand’s Facebook page.
Purchase, N.Y.-based PepsiCo extended its Aquafina brand with Aquafina FlavorSplash sparkling waters and liquid concentrates. These new zero-calorie products were designed to provide great-tasting, better-for-you beverage options for teens and parents, the company says.
New York-based Wat-aah!, a premium brand of functional water for kids and teens, is helping to promote healthy hydration and the “Drink Up” initiative led by the Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA), Washington, D.C., and its honorary chair, first lady Michelle Obama, through a new TV advertisement. In the commercial, Atlanta-based children’s music group Yung Day 1 releases its first single, "Drink Wat-aah!," to encourage kids to hydrate healthily with the water.
Las Vegas-based Real Water announced a new venture with one of its brand ambassadors and partners Melanie Brown to benefit Susan G. Komen. Brown, also known as Mel B, is a pop star and judge on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent.” Together Real Water and Mel B have designed a limited-edition pink bottle in support of Komen’s mission to save lives and end breast cancer forever.
For the first time, blk. Beverages LLC expanded its portfolio with blk.+ functional beverages.
Something Natural sparkling water redesigned its packaging with its female consumers in mind.
First lady Michelle Obama and actress, director and producer Eva Longoria joined Washington, D.C.-based Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA), of which Obama is honorary chair, to launch an initiative that encourages everyone to drink more water.
Shortly after the launch of Essentia fortified water in 1998, President and Chief Executive Officer Ken Uptain realized that the consumer market was not ready for it.
New York-based functional water brand Wat-aah! announced its role as presenting sponsor of the "Songs for a Healthier America" program, which will be produced by Hip Hop Public Health (HHPH), and Washington, D.C.-based The Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA), whose honorary chairwoman is First Lady Michelle Obama.
Hendrick’s Gin invites consumers to experience the world inside its bottle. (Photos by Jennifer Haderspeck)
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