On the heels of Memorial Day, Pathwater, Fremont, Calif., debuted it limited-edition, Made in the USA sustainable water bottle. The bottle celebrates the company’s commitment to maintaining all of its operations — from manufacturing to marketing — within the continental United States, and in doing so, provide necessary job opportunities to Americans, it says.
To further its give back mantra, Pathwater will donate 10 cents of each bottle sold to Direct Relief, a humanitarian organization providing medical aid and supplies to communities affected by COVID-19 nationwide.
The red, white and blue bottle showcases the American flag and U.S. National Emblem, the American Bald Eagle. With a mission to “forging the PATH to end single-use plastic bottles,” Pathwater's functional and sustainable offerings are leading the next generation of eco-conscious consumer packaged goods, encouraging consumers to refill and reuse. After just four refills, Pathwater's bottle becomes carbon neutral, according to the company. Produced entirely within the United States, Pathwater is reducing its carbon footprint, benefiting the environment and the planet.
“Especially now during these unprecedented times, we're committed to supporting our country, community, and the environment with the launch of our new Made In USA bottle," said Shadi Bakour, chief executive officer and co-founder of Pathwater, in a statement. "We are so proud to have 100 percent of our products manufactured and bottled in the United States and are passionate about supporting our local communities and minimizing our carbon footprint."
Ali Orabi, chief marketing officer and co-founder of Pathwater, added: "We are so excited to be partnering with Direct Relief to help raise money to provide much-needed medical supplies and resources to frontline workers and communities nationwide. None of this would be possible without our amazing team."
The limited-edition aluminum bottle is available at select retailers nationwide or on www.drinkpathwater.com for $2.79 for a single, 25-ounce bottle, or $25 for a case of 12, 25-ounce bottles.