Wonderful Waiakea Water

Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water is one of the fastest growing bottled water companies in the world. It made its way to the top 500 out of 5000 fastest growing companies in America. Waiakea bottled water sales have rapidly increased in a few short years. They have recorded a growth of over 1000% from 2014 to 2016. They will be recognized for having the best water available on the market at the 2017 Inc. 5000 Conference that will take place on Oct 10th. Ryan Emmons is the founder and CEO of Wiakea, and is pleased to have made it this far in the industry. It is proven that the fastest growing water bottled company, Waiakea, can still thrive in the market today while holding its high moral value and establishing an environmental friendly business.

The company was founded in 2012 as the primary volcanic water brand in Hawaii. The water is naturally healthy because of its alkaline benefits. The body of water is found with a plentiful pond of highly nutrient-rich aqua that is nestled in the Hawaiian rainforest. Its abundant sources are fed by the snow melt and rain. It’s located on the active Mauna Loa volcano peak which filters the water through the porous lava that enriches the water with nutrients and minerals. The delicious tasting water has been recognized globally for its newest introduction to the market. Waiakea has continued to make severe strides in the water market and continues to provide ways to enhance their water. They have won many different awards such as the Best Biz Award, Best In Show, The finalist and the #2 Leading Bottled Water Brands 2016 globally.

Aside from their prestigious awards and their healthy, naturally sustained bottled water, they take great pride in working with less fortunate countries that don’t have access to clean water. They have partnered with Pump Aid, which is a company that supplies water pumps, to provide water for parts of Africa that don’t have access to healthy, clean water. With their constant efforts and donations, they have been able to supply over 1.35 million people in Africa with clean drinking water.

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