Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water may be considered by some as the “new kid on the block” in the bottled water industry but a growth rate of 5,000 since its founding in 2012 shows they know what their doing. Founded on health, sustanability, and charitable iniatives, this young company has gone from selling just a few thousand cases of Waiakea per year to over 120,000.
Now, their product can be found anywhere bottled water is sold in the entire U.S. as well as in the form of donations to areas of the world where safe drinking water is hard to find. Learn more about Waiakea Water: https://www.crunchbase.com/organization/waiakea-inc#/entity
According to Specialty Food, for every liter of Waiakea water sold, 650 liters of safe, delicious water is donated where it is most needed. Charitable contributions are laudable but what really sells this water is nautures very own filtering process that makes it some of the healthiest on the planet.
By the time it reaches 100% recycled bottles, its natural alkaline content, minerals and electrolytes are a recipe for perfection that humans had nothing to do with. As the founder of Waiakea, Ryan Emmons has reason to be proud of his company and its steady growth rate.
According to Forbes, Emmons believes Waiakea spring water success is partially due to the fact that his product is the first premium bottled water to be certified Carbon Neutral as well as being genuinely healthy and tastier than most. Some would say that bottled water doesn’t have a taste, but they would be wrong. In business only since 2012, Waiakea has already gone international and that alone speaks highly of the company, its values, and their product.
Yes, it does snow in some parts of Hawaii. Waiakea Water is a combination of rain and snowmelt from the Mauna Loa volcano located on the big island. After being filtered by porous volcanic rock what comes through at the end is a product no one else in the world can match. Location is everything for Waiakea. If not for the perfect set of natural circumstances and 14,000 feet of rock to filter through, it would be just another name on the shelf.