Disposable plastic water bottles are a huge waste and source of pollution. Glacier Water* offers the benefits of bottled water without the single-use plastic.
You know that those disposable plastic water bottles are super convenient, but plastic waste piling up in landfills and polluting our oceans is not so convenient. What if there were a disposable water bottle that somehow didn’t create waste? Meet the edible water bottle!
What’s the best bottled water? It comes from the tap and goes into your reusable bottle!
The NPD Group has taken First lady Michelle Obama’s campaign encouraging kids to drink more water in a new, opportunistic direction. NPD is advocating that bottled water companies step up their efforts to [ … ]
We talk a lot about corporations and their control of our food supply, but the trouble with Nestlé doesn’t have that much to do with food.
We know that bottled water is the pits, but in some cities municipal water is not the safest thing to drink. So, what’s a responsible consumer to do?
Last week, we talked about how attendees and athletes at the London Olympics had the option to bring and fill reusable bottles rather than buying soda or bottled water. On its face, this is a big win for sustainability, but how helpful are bottled water refill stations if you can’t find them?
Coca Cola is a major sponsor in this year’s summer Olympics in London, but soft drinks and wasteful bottled water aren’t the only options for thirsty attendees and athletes.
There’s nothing like an infographic to put an environmental issue in perspective. This one highlights the world’s water crisis and concerns of supply and survivability.
Americans are also drinking a lot more energy drinks and sports drinks, but soda is still America’s most popular drink.
We had an extra Green Diva Meg in the house today! Our special guest Green Diva Meghan Van Dyk, the editor of the Daily Record’s Grassroots section was in the studio to [ … ]
Fresh, pure, premium, and safe are some of the words that come to mind when we think about bottled water. But the question remains: is bottled water really better than tap water? At first glance, it’s easy to assume so. But when we take a closer look, it turns out bottled water isn’t really all that it’s tapped out to be…
Plastic might seem like more of a general environmental issue than a food-specific issue, but because of the large amounts of plastics involved in food, from packaging to cooking and storage, our food and drink choices directly relate to our plastic consumption.