Belu is 100% carbon neutral, not for profit and gives all of its profits to its charity partner, WaterAid. Every drop of its beautiful water is British, and its sources are selected for their natural purity and their clean and crisp taste. As a proudly British brand, they are firm in the stance that they will never knowingly export their products — they also question why anyone would want to drink imported water when British water is so great.
Available in all the best places across the UK, Belu is available in many high profile and national restaurant groups outlets that have made a positive choice to show that ethics are high on their priority list.
Belu is bottled in three sources that support rural unemployment - its lightweight, clear glass is sourced from Montgomeryshire in Wales; Belu's 70% recycled green glass bottles are sourced in Shropshire; and its water packaged in plastic bottles come from Cambridgeshire. All are Natural Mineral Waters but each has a difference typical mineral analysis so check the label if you have particular dietary requirements.
Belu has been working exclusively with its charity partner WaterAid since 2011. The company says: “With matching organisational ethics, their global reach and ambition means we can make a real difference with the funds we give being invested in the most sustainable way. WaterAid manages the money given to the charity through an unrestricted fund, ensuring it is spent where the need is greatest”. Belu pledges to give WaterAid £1m by 2020, and the company has a minimum commitment of £100,000 a year.
Typical Analysis (mg/l)
|Belu GB (Plastic Packs) *|
Green Glass Packaging **
Clear Glass Packaging ***
* Bottled by Iceni Waters Ltd in Cambridgeshire
** Bottled by Wenlock Spring in Shropshire
*** Bottled by Montgomery Spring in Shropshire
Each water differs depending largely on its source. The provenance and contents of some of the best British bottled waters are given here. Due to the geology of the British Isles, water sourced here are usually low or relatively low in minerals making them ideal for most people. Figures given are for mg/l.
|Na – Sodium, Ca – Calcium, Mg – Magnesium, K – Potassium, NO3 – Nitrate, Cl - Chloride, SO4 – Sulphate, F – Fluoride, SiO2 – Silica, HCO3 – Bicarbonate, Fe - Iron, Dry. Res. – Dry Residue||
|Origin:||Belu Water comes from 3 different sources. The water packaged in plastic is bottled at source at Duxford Grange, Cambridge, CB22 4PA, the glass bottle range (currently both flint and green) is bottled in Shropshire and its clear glass is sourced in Montgomeryshire.|
|Company Ownership:||Private limited company|
|Suitable For:||For babies and toddlers.|
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