Since 2012, this home-grown company has led the way in manufacturing the finest water. It’s founder and CEO, Ryan Emmons, started the business as a twenty-something with much more in mind than just formulating fresh-tasting water to market. Waiakea has partnered with the non-profit organization, Pump Aid, a group that helps to give fresh water to remote villages in Africa. The smooth subtleness of this water comes directly from lava rock found in Mauna Loa’s volcano in “The Big Island” of Hawaii. With it’s ideal amount of alkalinity and richness in nutrients- such as calcium, potassium, sodium, and magnesium..Waiakea Volcanic Water is a perfect combination of health-giving and thirst-quenching.
The company’s net worth is estimated at $10 million and it’s been seeing greater growth because of more outlets selling the nourishing substance. From trendy markets that entice millennials to bigger chains like Whole Foods, Waiakea is reaching out to a new generation of bottled water enthusiasts. What is also cool? They are one of the few eco-friendly manufacturers around too. Each bottle is packaged with recycled polyethylene terephthalate and their factory is one that pride’s itself as being “green”. And Waiakea is the first bottled water to have been certified CarbonNeutral.
Simply put, Waiakea Volcanic Water is truly an uniquely formulated bottled water. It’s entrepreneur’s vision has made a beneficial impact in the lives of not only it’s consumers, but to countless people around the globe who have been enriched by this environmentally sustaining company’s altruistic goal to bring safe, clean water to essentially everyone.