bottled water

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Noun1.bottled water - drinking water (often spring water) that is put into bottles and offered for salebottled water - drinking water (often spring water) that is put into bottles and offered for sale
drinking water - water suitable for drinking
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YES Sales of single-serving bottled water have almost tripled in the past 10 years, proving that consumers value its convenience, reliability, and health benefits.
ISLAMABAD -- Unauthorized bottled water business is thriving in the twin cities of Islamabad Rawalpindi, as the concern authorities have failed to implement the relevant laws to curb the production of bottled water by the unregistered companies.
The most important markets for bottled water have traditionally been developed economies like Western Europe and the United States.
The 47 members of the Vale of Glamorgan Council are supplied with bottled water in the members' room, although jugs of tap water are provided at council and committee meetings.
Bottled water should be labeled with the same information that municipal water providers offer, according to recent reports from the Government Accountability Office and the Environmental Working Group that examined what information is available to consumers from the typical bottle of water.
YOUR columnist Graeme Whitfield targets bottled water ("My life", The Journal, 15 November) with the distorted reasoning we see too much of with gesture environmentalism.
Tap water has a much lower carbon footprint than bottled water - no trucks distributing it and no bottles to dispose of once you've drunk it.
The lousy weather in April and not a BBC Panorama documentary was to blame for a slump in bottled water sales, the Bottled Water Information Office has claimed.
Consumers prefer bottled water: Bottled water sales in the U.
THE GLOBAL consumption of bottled water has reached more than 154,000,000,000 liters annually, up 57% from six years ago, report researchers Janet Larsen and Emily Arnold of Earth Policy Institute, Washington, D.
Upselling them to a cocktail, glass of wine or beer is always an option, but before servers even get to that they could offer bottled water and get the meal off to a good start for everyone involved.
In the United States, bottled water is a minor luxury, purchased by people for whom convenience justifies the cost.