Homemade Mineral Water has been created with a focus on simplicity and the most affordable mineral water available.
The new range includes a range of mineral waters ranging from natural minerals to synthetic minerals.
Indus mineralwaters are a new category that has been designed for home use, but the mineral water category is not restricted to home use.
In fact, it can be used in industrial processes such as in industrial boilers.
The mineral water can also be used for cooking and heating.
The Homemade Malawi mineral water is made from a mix of local minerals and water.
The minerals are extracted from the soil, and then extracted in a high-pressure process, resulting in a mineral water that is rich in minerals such as iron, magnesium, calcium and zinc.
The water is then mixed with the minerals and heated to sterilize it, which ensures it has a pure mineral water taste.
In fact, the Homemade Indian Mineral Water is made with natural minerals, while the Homestyle Malawi is made using synthetic minerals such the mineralite, calcium chloride, magnesium oxide, and zinc oxide.
“In our product line, we are looking to provide our customers with quality mineral water for a reasonable price,” said Dinesh Prakash, managing director of the company.
The Homestyle Indian Mineral water is priced at Rs.1,000 for a 250ml bottle and Rs.2,000 per 100ml bottle, which means it is priced to the very top of the market.
The Homestyle mineral water has a base of copper chloride, zinc oxide and calcium phosphate, which is used to make it rich in calcium, iron and zinc, and to make the water more hydrating.
A second range of minerals, made using artificial mineral powders and minerals are priced at up to Rs.4,000.
The first range of Homestyle minerals, called Homestyle Natural, is priced around Rs.8,000, while Homestyle Organic is priced above Rs.5,000 depending on the mix of minerals.
The Natural and Organic mineral waters are available in two flavors, which are a blend of the two minerals.
The Natural Mineral Water comes in a natural vanilla and minty taste, while Organic Mineral Water contains the best tasting natural and organic minerals, and is priced between Rs.6,000 and Rs 8,000 according to the brand.
According to Dinesha Prakarash, the company is looking at the market and is considering the demand for mineral water in the home.
The brand hopes to reach out to customers with its natural mineral water to cater to their personal taste, he said.
Indians, especially the rural poor, have long been known for being resource-poor and are often left without water due to lack of infrastructure.
The Malawi Mineral Water could be an opportunity for the government to step up its efforts to help the poor.
There are over 3.3 million people living in the country of 4.5 million, who are dependent on water, according to government data.
Water is the lifeblood of the country.
Prakash added that the Homestyles mineral water could also be an alternative to bottled water, which the company sells for around Rs 2,000 to Rs 3,000 a bottle.
The Homestyles Malawi Water is available in 500ml bottles for Rs.9,000 or 750ml bottles, which has a price tag of Rs.15,000-18,000 ($3,000-$8,500).
The company is yet to announce pricing of the Homy Mineral Water, but said it will soon announce it.
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