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Bottled Water helps people drink more water

Fun fact: Bottled water helps people make the choice to drink more water; especially as it’s convenient for people on the go. In fact, 40 percent of all water servings come in the form of bottled water, according to Kantor Panel Worldwide. For more information see: www.bottledwatermatters.com Music by www.royaltyfreemusiclibrary.com

Bottled water helps people consumer fewer soft drink

This cool video shows how bottled water has been claiming a larger share of the packaged beverage market, illustrating an ongoing shift in consumption from soft drinks to bottled water that began in 2000. The video shows sales volumes for soft drinks steadily declining, while bottled water grows. Overall beverage consumption is relatively flat, so it’s clear to see that people are choosing bottled water rather than soft drinks, and not necessarily instead of tap water. For more information see: www.bottledwatermatters.com Music by

Bottled water – Small Water Use, Big Health Benefits

This cool video shows how bottled water is a very small and very efficient water user that spares people of billions of calories when they choose to drink water over other packaged drinks. The video compares the water use footprint of bottled water to other industries and beverages. Citing data from the U.S. Geological Survey, this fun video illustrates that bottled water uses less than 0.004 percent of all the water in the U.S., while irrigation uses 31 percent and thermoelectric power uses 49 Percent When compared to other packaged beverages, bottled water is the most efficient water user, using the least amount of water to produce one liter of product. The video also shows how bottled water has been claiming a larger share of the packaged beverage market, illustrating an ongoing shift in consumption from soda to bottled water that began in 2000. But one of the most impactful points made by this infographic states that, “by switching from soft drinks to bottled water, Americans have saved 300 billion calories each year, and saved 6.4 billion gallons of water each year.”

Bottled water is a very small water use

This cool video shows how bottled water is a very small and very efficient water user that spares people of billions of calories when they choose to drink water over other packaged drinks. The video compares the water use footprint of bottled water to other industries and beverages. Citing data from the U.S. Geological Survey, this fun video illustrates that bottled water uses less than 0.004 percent of all the water

Meet Norman

A very cool video-scribing technique used to depict “Norman” — an average man living an average life in an average town; until one day a small but vocal group of people convince his town council to ban the sale of bottled water. You’ll be surprised to see what happens next! This video demonstrates why it’s important that we don’t let a vocal minority take away people’s right to “choose” bottled water — a perfectly legal, safe,

Meet Norman Episode 2

In this episode, Norman demonstrates his appreciation for the accessibility and convenience of bottled water. After changing his lifestyle to become more healthy, Norman finds he’s always on the go and is happy to see bottled water is always at arms reach. Consumer “choice” is an important freedom in the U.S., and in the past year, a few college campuses and some parks have made the misguided move to take bottled