|Teens handcuffed for selling water on National Mall|
Added: 23.06.2017 22:21 | 1 views | 0 comments
An elected official in Washington is asking U.S. Park Police why teenagers were handcuffed for selling bottled water on the National Mall.
|The place in America where (almost) no one drinks their tap water|
Added: 18.05.2017 18:57 | 13 views | 0 comments
“[O]n the TV you see someone go to the faucet and get a drink of water, and it just makes me mad cause, you know, we can’t do that,” says Mr. Fannin, who buys two or three 24-packs of bottled water a month for drinking and cooking. For the rest of the community, relying solely on bottled water is seen as just a way of life, not a reason to protest.
Added: 13.04.2017 6:53 | 11 views | 0 comments
Karen Lynch was inspired to quit the corporate rat race and take over at bottled water firm Belu.
|Beverage Giants Continue to Shift Gears as Bottled Water Consumption Surpassed Soda in 2016|
Added: 20.03.2017 0:00 | 7 views | 0 comments
The decline of carbonated beverages in the U.S. is a decade-long trend -- here is what investors need to consider.
|Soda Loses Its U.S. Crown: Americans Now Drink More Bottled Water|
Added: 10.03.2017 1:31 | 22 views | 0 comments
Americans now officially drink more bottled water than soda. It’s a shift that decades ago might have seemed unthinkable—that consumers would buy a packaged version of something that was free from a tap.
|Does all bottled water taste the same?|
Added: 09.03.2017 1:55 | 5 views | 0 comments
"The perk of this job is that I'm always extra hydrated," water sommelier John Zhu tells CNN.
|British Airways Struggles To Launch Buy On Board Food And Drinks|
Added: 13.01.2017 15:46 | 9 views | 0 comments
This week British Airways began charging economy class passengers on its European flights for everything from sandwiches to soda and even bottled water. We look at why airlines are always chasing pennies and how the move is working out for BA.
|Egypt's Sisi says military accounts for 1.5-2 percent of economy|
Added: 24.12.2016 10:52 | 13 views | 0 comments
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said on Saturday that the military's economic activity accounted for no more than two percent of the country's economy. Speaking at an event celebrating the expansion of a military-owned company, Sisi said the military made up 1.5-2 percent of economic output which he said was 3-4 trillion Egyptian pounds ($160 billion-$213 billion). The economic weight of the military, which produces everything from bottled water to macaroni, has long been a topic of speculation in Egypt but official comment on the scope of its economic activities is rare.
|Texas city lifts tap water ban after chemical spill fear|
Added: 18.12.2016 20:55 | 9 views | 0 comments
Tap water in Corpus Christi is safe to drink, the mayor of the Texas city said on Sunday, lifting a four-day ban after a chemical spill that forced most of the Texas city's residents to rely on bottled water while tests were underway.