Bottled water store.com

 

Bottled Water Store.com is your premier source for Private/Custom/Logo and Promotional Label Bottled Water. For 20 years we have been providing Private label bottled water to customers everywhere in the USA from our 9 regional bottling plants. Check out our products and services by clicking on the Private Label tab. Ask us for a free, no-obligation detailed quotation using our Quote Form. We offer Purified or Spring water for your marketing programs, promotions, special events, fundraising, parties, festivals, fairs, weddings and well, you name it! Advertise on Bottled Water! Send us your logo and/or your message and we will put it on 8 oz, 12 oz, 16.9 oz or 20 oz bottles.

 

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Select bottled water brands are available for delivery directly to your home, office, hotel, dormitory, camp, vacation home, apartment, special event, anywhere you need it. The Bottled Water Store.com has been the on-line source for unique high quality bottled water products for 20 years! Give yourself or someone you love a gift of Bottled Water. View our selection of Bottled Water Brands

 

The Bottled Water Store.com has been the on-line source for unique high quality bottled water products for 20 years!

 

Private Label Quote Form

 

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CONSUMERS PREFER BOTTLED WATER, RECOGNIZE IT AS A HEALTHY CHOICE, AND THINK IT SHOULD BE AVAILABLE WHEREVER DRINKS ARE SOLDRecent Survey Results Find That Americans Want Bottled Water Readily Available

More than 3 in 5 Americans (63 percent) say bottled water (still and/or sparkling) is among their most preferred beverages, followed by coffee (62 percent), according to a new national survey. Fewer Americans (58 percent) say soft drinks (regular and/or diet) are among their most preferred drinks.Nearly all Americans (94 percent) believe that bottled water is a healthier choice than soft drinks, and 93 percent say bottled water should be available wherever drinks are sold.The survey, conducted online by Harris Poll on behalf of the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) of more than 3,000 U.S. adults aged 20 and older, also found that among those who have ever purchased bottled water, those who identify bottled water as among their most preferred beverages are more likely than those who identify soda as one of their most preferred beverages to recycle their water containers.“This poll is consistent with consumption figures released earlier this year that show, for the first time in history, bottled water is the No.1 packaged beverage in the United States (by volume),” says Jill Culora, IBWA’s vice president of communications.“People are shifting away from less healthy packaged drinks and choosing the healthy option – bottled water.”

More than 3 in 5 Americans (63 percent) say bottled water (still and/or sparkling) is among their most preferred beverages, followed by coffee (62 percent), according to a new national survey. Fewer Americans (58 percent) say soft drinks (regular and/or diet) are among their most preferred drinks.Nearly all Americans (94 percent) believe that bottled water is a healthier choice than soft drinks, and 93 percent say bottled water should be available wherever drinks are sold.The survey, conducted online by Harris Poll on behalf of the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) of more than 3,000 U.S. adults aged 20 and older, also found that among those who have ever purchased bottled water, those who identify bottled water as among their most preferred beverages are more likely than those who identify soda as one of their most preferred beverages to recycle their water containers.“This poll is consistent with consumption figures released earlier this year that show, for the first time in history, bottled water is the No.1 packaged beverage in the United States (by volume),” says Jill Culora, IBWA’s vice president of communications.“People are shifting away from less healthy packaged drinks and choosing the healthy option – bottled water.”

Source: International Bottled Water Association (IBWA)

The Healthy Consumer Choice

In today’s on-the-go society, most of what we drink comes in a package. Consumers choose bottled water for several reasons, including its refreshing taste, healthfulness, reliable quality, zero calories and additives, and convenience. In fact, since 1998, approximately 73 percent of the growth in bottled water consumption has come from people switching from carbonated soft drinks, juices, and milk to bottled water.

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Bottled water store.com

 

Bottled Water Store.com is your premier source for Private/Custom/Logo and Promotional Label Bottled Water. For 20 years we have been providing Private label bottled water to customers everywhere in the USA from our 9 regional bottling plants. Check out our products and services by clicking on the Private Label tab. Ask us for a free, no-obligation detailed quotation using our Quote Form. We offer Purified or Spring water for your marketing programs, promotions, special events, fundraising, parties, festivals, fairs, weddings and well, you name it! Advertise on Bottled Water! Send us your logo and/or your message and we will put it on 8 oz, 12 oz, 16.9 oz or 20 oz bottles.

 

Selected Bottled Water Brands

 

Select bottled water brands are available for delivery directly to your home, office, hotel, dormitory, camp, vacation home, apartment, special event, anywhere you need it. The Bottled Water Store.com has been the on-line source for unique high quality bottled water products for 20 years! Give yourself or someone you love a gift of Bottled Water. View our selection of Bottled Water Brands

 

The Bottled Water Store.com has been the on-line source for unique high quality bottled water products for 20 years!

 

Private Label Quote Form

 

Bottled Water Cap

CONSUMERS PREFER BOTTLED WATER, RECOGNIZE IT AS A HEALTHY CHOICE, AND THINK IT SHOULD BE AVAILABLE WHEREVER DRINKS ARE SOLDRecent Survey Results Find That Americans Want Bottled Water Readily Available

More than 3 in 5 Americans (63 percent) say bottled water (still and/or sparkling) is among their most preferred beverages, followed by coffee (62 percent), according to a new national survey. Fewer Americans (58 percent) say soft drinks (regular and/or diet) are among their most preferred drinks.Nearly all Americans (94 percent) believe that bottled water is a healthier choice than soft drinks, and 93 percent say bottled water should be available wherever drinks are sold.The survey, conducted online by Harris Poll on behalf of the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) of more than 3,000 U.S. adults aged 20 and older, also found that among those who have ever purchased bottled water, those who identify bottled water as among their most preferred beverages are more likely than those who identify soda as one of their most preferred beverages to recycle their water containers.“This poll is consistent with consumption figures released earlier this year that show, for the first time in history, bottled water is the No.1 packaged beverage in the United States (by volume),” says Jill Culora, IBWA’s vice president of communications.“People are shifting away from less healthy packaged drinks and choosing the healthy option – bottled water.”

More than 3 in 5 Americans (63 percent) say bottled water (still and/or sparkling) is among their most preferred beverages, followed by coffee (62 percent), according to a new national survey. Fewer Americans (58 percent) say soft drinks (regular and/or diet) are among their most preferred drinks.Nearly all Americans (94 percent) believe that bottled water is a healthier choice than soft drinks, and 93 percent say bottled water should be available wherever drinks are sold.The survey, conducted online by Harris Poll on behalf of the International Bottled Water Association (IBWA) of more than 3,000 U.S. adults aged 20 and older, also found that among those who have ever purchased bottled water, those who identify bottled water as among their most preferred beverages are more likely than those who identify soda as one of their most preferred beverages to recycle their water containers.“This poll is consistent with consumption figures released earlier this year that show, for the first time in history, bottled water is the No.1 packaged beverage in the United States (by volume),” says Jill Culora, IBWA’s vice president of communications.“People are shifting away from less healthy packaged drinks and choosing the healthy option – bottled water.”

Source: International Bottled Water Association (IBWA)

The Healthy Consumer Choice

In today’s on-the-go society, most of what we drink comes in a package. Consumers choose bottled water for several reasons, including its refreshing taste, healthfulness, reliable quality, zero calories and additives, and convenience. In fact, since 1998, approximately 73 percent of the growth in bottled water consumption has come from people switching from carbonated soft drinks, juices, and milk to bottled water.