Waiakea Water Goes Beyond Quenching Thirst

Waiakea has announced that it will be rewarding one social media follower with the chance to visit Hawaii and enjoy a memorable experience at the “Wanderlust Yoga Festival”. The winner of the #FollowYourFlow competition will be given a flight to Oahu by Skyscanner, who will award them $1,000 as free airfare.

According to Walmart, this contest was motivated by Waiakea water commitment to promoting a healthy and balance lifestyle through their naturally electrolyte rich and alkaline filled volcanic water. The “Wanderlust Yoga Festival” is slated for February 23rd to 26th this year and features meditation, guided outdoor tours, live music, sustainable food, and world class yoga instructors.

How to Join the Follow Your Flow Competition

To join the contest, simply submit your name, birth date, and email on the contest platform. The

#FollowYourFlow competition runs up to January 31st. The winner of the contest will be announced on 1st February.

The Origins and Features of Waiakea Water

The founder of Waiakea, Ryan Emmons, established the company in 2012 after realizing that the water he was drinking during his trips to Hawaii was special. The water is derived from a pristine source and filtered through the “Mauna Loa Volcano”.

Organic Authority reveals that Waiakea water consists of an impressive pH and a rich mineral composition: it is rich in electrolytes such as potassium, sodium, calcium, and magnesium.

It also consists of silica. Emmons states recent research has shown that the consumption of 10mg of water that is rich in silica reduces one’s risk of suffering from Alzheimer’s by up to 10 percent. The water has a pH that ranges between 7.8 -8.8, rendering it naturally alkaline. Water has a pH of 7. Learn more about Waiakea Water: http://www.foodnavigator-usa.com/Manufacturers/Meet-the-entrepreneur-behind-Waiakea-Hawaiian-volcanic-water

Waiakea water is a sustainable and renewable resource that is bottled at a depot that utilizes 33 percent of renewable energy. The aquifer where Waiakea is sourced from is capable of recharging 1.4 billion gallons. Waiakea water is among the first premium bottled beverages worldwide to get CarbonNeutral certification.

The packaging of the water consists of 100 percent high-grade recycled polyethylene terephthalate. This material uses less energy during manufacture when compared to regular bottles. The process of manufacturing these bottles lowers carbon emissions by over 90 percent when compared to conventional bottles.

Although Waiakea water has been around for less than a decade, it is already regarded the most awarded beverage enterprise worldwide. It became the first American bottled water company to achieve carbon neutrality owing to its efforts to fight against deforestation in critical areas afflicted by this practice.