Thursday, November 5, 2009

FIJI: Natural Artesian Water

I have always been intrigued by the FIJI water I see in stores. The square bottles and beautiful packaging always caught my eye.

Luckily, I was fortune enough to receive some FIJI water to sample for this review. It has a very clean taste without that odd bitter taste other bottled waters can have. I also love the bottle size and feel.

Here's a huge plus - their bottles have always been free of Bisphenol A (BPA). And their electrolytes and minerals are all naturally-occurring. Their water is untouched until you unscrew the cap.

Far from pollution. Far from acid rain. Far from industrial waste.

There's no question about it: Fiji is far away. But when it comes to drinking water, "remote" happens to be very, very good.

Look at it this way. FIJI Water is drawn from an artesian aquifer, located at the very edge of a primitive rainforest, hundreds of miles away from the nearest continent.

That very distance is part of what makes us so much more pure and so much healthier than other bottled waters.

FIJI Water is created by centuries of rainfall filtering through volcanic rock which gives a clean taste and unique mouth feel. A product of one of the last virgin ecosystems on the planet, natural pressure forces FIJI Water out of its aquifer and into iconic square bottles free of human contact.

FIJI Water protects our planet and is a carbon negative product.

Read more about their green promise and why you should drink FIJI here.

Click here to purchase some FIJI water and taste the difference!

FIJI provided the water for this review and I provided my honest opinion.

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