Water Innovation editor Medina Bailey selects her top nine bottled water launches from the past year.
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Naya Natural Spring Water became the first bottled spring water company in the world to use 100% recycled plastic in its bottles.
Lotte Chilsung Co started distributing DMZ water, named after the Demilitarized Zone, known for being scattered with land mines and the continuing tension between North and South Korea.
Danone brand Evian enlisted the creative talents of British designer Paul Smith for its 2009 limited edition bottle.
Nestlé Waters North America introduced re-source, a natural spring water designed to engage with consumers about the importance of recycling.
Sourced from the Panamanian rainforest, Next Generation Waters’ Nuu bottled water hit shelves in the US.
Deluxe Honeydrop launched a four-strong flavoured water line infused with 100% USDA-certified organic honey.
Metromint paired chocolate and mint for its latest refreshing offering: Chocolatemint.
H2Organics Kids Nutrient Enhanced Water was rolled out by Florida’s Cutting Edge Beverages, to complement its existing original and mums’ ranges.
Sports waters for endurance and recovery from exercise were added to the Austrian AiQA functional waters range.
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