This brand of bottled water just admitted that the water they are using is just tap water.
As most bottled water un México, Aquafina as other brands is derived from local municipal tap water sources and goes through a purification process that incorporates reverse osmosis, ultraviolet, and ozone sterilization.
Many informed customers choose bottled water because they are concerned about the quality of tap water, which is many times riddled with fluoride and pharmaceuticals. Sadly, we are now learning that in many cases, bottled water is actually not any better than tap water.
Over the years, an advocacy group called, “Corporate Accountability International” has been checking the contents of bottled water and pressuring companies to stop their false advertisement.
Aquafina is actually one of the top selling water brands in the world, and may see a slide in sales as a result of these new findings.
The Yucatan Times Newsroom with information from http://www.trueactivist.com
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