What’s Really In Your Bottled Water?
As the recent horse-meat scandal reminded us, we’re living in a world where a lot of products no longer have one place, or even one country, of origin. Because of Big Food’s efforts to streamline their production costs, unless you’re buying local and non-processed, there’s no telling how many people around the world had a hand in creating the food you’re buying. But what’s even more shocking is that this trend of one-product-coming-from-a-lot-of-different-places has found its way into the most unlikeliest of places: Our bottled water supply.
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What’s Really In Your Bottled Water?

As the recent horse-meat scandal reminded us, we’re living in a world where a lot of products no longer have one place, or even one country, of origin. Because of Big Food’s efforts to streamline their production costs, unless you’re buying local and non-processed, there’s no telling how many people around the world had a hand in creating the food you’re buying. But what’s even more shocking is that this trend of one-product-coming-from-a-lot-of-different-places has found its way into the most unlikeliest of places: Our bottled water supply.

Read more here.