Water is perhaps the single-most important liquid on the Earth. The United States Geological Society (USGS) reports that water covers about 71 percent of the Earth’s surface, which is about 96.5 percent of all the water on this globe.
Bottled water brand urges consumers to refill with free water sources
December 16, 2014
As part of its mission to rid the world of sugar over-consumption and reduce the global amount of adult-onset diabetes and childhood obesity, Fred Water started selling its pocket-friendly water flasks empty.
Company aims to encourage consumers to drink more water
November 12, 2014
SodaStream International Ltd., Airport City, Israel, announced a commitment to shift its focus toward health and wellness and highlighting the importance of hydration in a healthy and active lifestyle.
Program leverages street art to share healthy hydration message
February 10, 2014
Wat-aah!, a New York-based bottled water brand for kids, and its Founder and Chief Executive Officer Rose Cameron announce “Taking Back the Streets,” a national art campaign developed to further support the goal of Drink Up , an initiative of the Partnership for a Healthier America (PHA) and its honorary chair first lady Michelle Obama that encourages Americans to drink more water more often.
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.