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We all know that water – especially bottled water - is good for maintaining optimum health. Of course your body gets fluids from other sources – foods and other beverages such as tea provide your body with water. But if you're drinking the 1.8 litres of fluid that health professionals recommend, it makes sense to drink water which is calorie free, caffeine free and kind to teeth. If you're drinking that amount of water, it makes sense to choose water that tastes good and doesn't contain additives you might wish to avoid. If you favour natural, locally sourced foods and drinks, want to support companies that help the environment, opt for British bottled waters.

The trend towards healthy eating and drinking means that more and more people are buying bottled water. We're mostly made of water. Water is life-giving and vital.

In the UK we now buy more than 2.1 billion litres a year (Source: Zenith International). As we consume more water many people naturally want to know that the water they drink is free from unwanted additives; they want to identify the source of the water; and more and more Britons want to avoid unnecessary 'food miles'.

For health, economic and environmental reasons, buying locally produced British Bottled Waters is viewed as a positive move for many of us.

British Bottled Water Producers exists to promote positively and proudly the best of British bottled waters. Supported by leading as well as smaller, speciality brands, British Bottled Water Producers was launched in 2006 to answer some of those complex questions about that simplest of all products - water. We represent a group of medium and small British water producers from across the UK.


The trend towards healthy eating and drinking means that more people are buying bottled water. We're mostly made of water. Water is life-giving and vital.

In the UK we now buy more than 2 billion litres a year. As we consume more water many people naturally want to know that the water they drink is free from unwanted additives; they want to identify the source of the water; and more and more Britons want to avoid unnecessary ‘food miles’.

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