A state department is not in compliance with regulations on bottled water inspections. That’s the result of a state audit released today.
An increase in buyer awareness, and concerns of water contamination – most notably in Flint – are said to have contributed to an uptick in bottled water sales.
For the first time, bottled water is expected to outsell soft drinks this year.
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Walmart announced today it will donate 176 truckloads of bottled water to help school children in Flint. The goal is to provide the students with drinkable water until the end of 2016. Continue reading