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Water Works

Hydration with Purpose

- Soft Drinks -

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Water Works


Hydration with Purpose





Soft Drinks

Better-4-You Beverages lovingly crafted for Great Taste and Real Health Benefits.

Water Works is a fun and approachable drinks brand that takes pride in crafting great tasting beverages with health and hydration in mind. In 2017, Water Works simultaneously launched a cactus water and a watermelon water as tasty alternatives to coconut water. There were simply too many brands offering uninspiring versions of the same thing and Water Works sought to bring more fun and variety to the industry.

Their goal is to be recognised as a reliable brand in the drinks industry by providing different types of quality water alternatives as opposed to simply focusing on a single fruit. Water Works is your one-stop-shop for healthy hydration! All products are 100% natural, never from concentrate, and contain no added sugar.

Their range of drinks now includes cactus (prickly pear), watermelon and AloeCoco - a nourishing and soothing blend of coconut water and pulp free aloe-vera.

Water Works uses a special flash pasteurisation process which offers 12 months shelf life whilst maintaining taste, freshness and nutrients. Other brands tend to use sustained high temperatures to pasteurise their drinks, thereby destroying nutrients and altering taste.

Water Works can be purchased directly on Amazon or found in more than 100 independent health food stores across the UK, including Revital, Partridges, Green Bay, Portobello Wholefoods, Fenwicks Newcastle, Cojean, Real Foods, EAT17, and Harvest E8. They also export to 12 other countries.

IN ADDITION to their trio of functional plant waters, Water Works have launched a PLANET FRIENDLY spring water in a carton with a bio based cap made from sugar cane. This 100% recyclable alternative packaged water has a significantly lower carbon footprint than glass, is light, can be conveniently flat packed and helps counter the excess plastic pollution in problem we are having.


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