‘Juices, soft drinks, beer all use more water!’ Nestle Waters hits back at California drought critics

:Juices, soft drinks, beer all use more water!’ Nestle Waters hits back at California drought critics

By Ben Bouckley 12-Sep-2014

Nestle Waters has hit back at critics who claim it draws too much water from a Southern Californian spring, insisting its products are sustainable and use minimal water versus other packaged beverages.

original link:
http://www.beveragedaily.com/Manufacturers/Juices-soft-drinks-beer-all-use-more-water!-Nestle-Waters

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