Bottled Water


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Packaged potable water that has been processed—e.g., filtered or distilled—or obtained from a natural source
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Manufacturers in the bottled water market are increasingly capitalizing on consumer concerns about the presence of chemical contaminants in the tap water, making it unfit for drinking for the population.
The Bottled Water Processing market was valued at USD 1.986 Billion in 2018 and is projected to reach USD 2.765 Billion by 2024, at a CAGR of 5.67% during the forecast period.
"Customers typically purchase bottled water at exorbitantly high costs with the assumption that it is safer and healthier to drink than tap water, unaware that they are ingesting an extremely toxic metal linked to birth defects and cancer," Michael Green, the organization's CEO, said in a statement.
The PSQCA bottled water quality standard for sodium is 50 ppm and for fluoride is 0.7 ppm, the report said.
The PSQCA's bottled water quality standard for sodium is 50ppm and for fluoride it is 0.7ppm.
A video circulated recently on social media sparked residents' fears over the safety of bottled water, as it claimed that such types of products caused fatigue, headaches and affected the immune system when ingested.
Due to the unavailability of pure drinking water, a large population is left with no choice but to buy bottled water, especially during traveling.
The modest income aspirations of many families reveal that the expenditure for bottled water as an added basic necessity reduces their already meager budget.
These units were manufacturing substandard bottled water without licence from the PSQCA.
"Research and polling indicate people are continuing to make the switch from other packaged drinks to bottled water," says Joe Doss, IBWA president and CEO, who points to the following key reasons for the shift:
Based on geographic/regional distribution the global Bottled Water Market is studied for key regional markets focusing on the respective geographic trends and statistics, and thereby delivering market size and forecast values.
Specifically, with Americans drinking an average of nearly 139 litres of bottled water in 2016, it showed that bottled water sales outpaced those of carbonated soft drinks in 2016, in terms of volume, for the first time in history.