Imported Water. From BC: Canaquawater

Bottled water is a multi-billion dollar success story. Perrier, Evian, and other European companies have had their day in the sun.

Now, a small, stylish company from the Great White North’s province of British Columbia, called Canaquawater, is the latest craze.

It offers 500ml bottles of natural liquid calcium, flowing at 1200 feet above sea level from a fault in the mountain bedrock and protected from pollution by extensive foliage cover.

And it’s selling at Collette in Paris, Harvey Nicoles in London, and other high-end fashionista stores.

[Via GoodGoodThings.com.]

Posted by Gil Zeimer on April 21, 2006 in Food

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