Many of us drink bottled water with the assumption that it is better & safer than tap water. However, studies have shown that our assumptions about bottled water are sometimes not true. So this leads to the question, what's the best kind of bottled water?
Newbury Park, CA (PRWEB) March 28, 2016
According to a recent Associated Press - GfK Poll, a recent consumer survey indicated that only about half of Americans are very confident in the safety of their tap water. And according to a New Jersey poll conducted by Rutgers-Eagleton Center, 52 percent of residents indicated they are concerned about the water they drink, with 33 percent reporting that they are very concerned. This poll also indicated that about 37 percent mostly use bottled water, while 32 percent use filtered water.
Many consumers drink bottled water with the assumption that it is safer and better than tap water. However, as some studies have shown, our assumptions about bottled water are sometimes not true. So this leads to the question, what's the best kind of bottled water?
To address this question, an article titled "What is the Best Kind of Bottled Water?" has been published at Watermins.com, by Vick Wadhwa, Ph.D., Founder at Watermins.
The article discusses four important considerations for selecting the "best" kind of bottled water, including drinking water quality, environmental impact, consumer cost, and accessibility. It provides practical tips for reliably accessing safe and healthy drinking and cooking water in a cost-effective manner, and presents evidence-based information that many consumers may find useful and surprising.
The article is available at http://www.Watermins.com/what-is-the-best-kind-of-bottled-water