Water from Norway a hit with celebrities looking for purity

WITH its iconic bottle and super purity, artesian water from Norway might be just the perfect hangover remedy after a big session of holiday festivities.

With both still and sparkling varieties available in 800ml or 375ml bottle, VOSS says it is the water of  choice for celebrities, chefs and health enthusiasts around the world.

Each bottle contains only 44 total dissolved solids (TDS), making it one of the purest bottled waters in the world, the company says.

"VOSS Water is the perfect refreshment for the health-conscious Australian," says Claire Spencer, VOSS Water Regional Manager Australia & South East Asia.

"As one of the purest bottled waters on the market, VOSS Water allows you to stay hydrated while enjoying a clear, crisp taste that can only be produced in the pristine environment of Southern Norway. It truly is a water like no other."

VOSS Water is also strongly committed to supporting the global community and achieving carbon neutrality.

The company has established the VOSS Foundation, an effort dedicated to providing access to clean drinking water for communities in Sub-Saharan Africa.

The foundation helps reduce the amount of people living without clean drinking water by building much needed wells, thereby promoting local ownership and long term sustainability.

This year, the VOSS Foundation built its 95th well.

VOSS Water is available at Coles, Woolworths and other independent retailers from $3 to $5.

 

How much would you pay for water?

This poll ended on 31 December 2013.

Current Results

Up to $5 if it is really good water

4%

Up to $3 if it is great water

23%

$2 for a bottle

19%

Nothing. It's a waste of money

52%

This is not a scientific poll. The results reflect only the opinions of those who chose to participate.



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