Bottled water is a multi-billion dollar industry enjoyed by millions of people around the world. However, there is one special water company that brings the fresh and invigorating taste of the Hawaiian Islands to people across the globe. This company, Waiakea Water, is changing the way people enjoy their water.
Based in Hawaii since 2012, Waiakea Water uses a unique filtering system which sends the water through the Mauna Loa volcano across approximately 14,000 feet of porous volcanic rock. The result is a PH balance for the water which is much less acidic than other types of bottled water brands.
For many people, the taste of Waiakea Water is special. It is no wonder the brand has experienced a 4,000% surge in sales in the past 3 years alone. This makes Waiakea Water one of the fastest growing bottled water brands in the entire world.
Another aspect of Waiakea Water is the fact that the company is the newcomer to the bottled water scene. According to the company CEO, most of their competitors have been in the business for 50 years. And Waiakea Water’s youthful energy and disruptive business model is attracting more attention and customers than other bottled water makers.
As a Hawaiian based bottled water company, Waiakea Water takes the environment very seriously. That is why, by the year 2018, each and every bottle manufactured by Waiakea Water is 100% degradable. It’s just one way this unique water company is thinking one step beyond its competitors.
In addition to bringing healthy and great tasting water to the world is Waiakea Water’s commitment to its home state. Proceeds from each sale of Waiakea Water goes towards local Hawaiian communities. One of the initiatives put forth by the company is bringing fresh water to local villages and towns in need.
In the last year alone, Waiakea Water has grown 170% to selling over 122,000 cases of water annually. In addition, national chains such as Whole Foods are now stocking the Hawaiian volcanic water. It seems like it won’t be long until there is a bottle of Waiakea Water on the shelf of every grocery store across America and around the world.