A cartoon drink that contains minerals, such as limestone and calcite, that are not found in a normal soda has made its way to the US.
SodaStream, which is based in San Diego, is developing its own mineral water beverage, called Carton Mineral Water.
SodaWave has been producing mineral water for years.
The company says the new mineral water is “the perfect companion for people who want to enjoy mineral water in a healthy, easy-to-drink way.”
SodaStream’s carton water is a clear, non-toxic, nontoxic, nonirritating beverage, with no taste or aroma.
It comes in flavors including blueberry and lemon, and the company says its Carton Water can be used as a beverage for up to a week without the need for extra water.
It’s marketed under the brand name SodaStream Mineral Water and will be available in the US from August 15.
The new mineral is made from water from the San Diego Bay, which also happens to be the source of a major mineral in the soda, sandstone, said Sean Murphy, SodaStream CEO and founder.
The San Diego-based company says it is working with a number of local businesses to ensure that the drink will be widely available in San Francisco, San Jose, and throughout California, New York City, and Washington, D.C. The soda, which costs $4.99 for 750 ml bottles and $6.99 at tap stations, is a nod to the Bay Area’s long-established soda culture.
It is made by mixing a simple water mix with a mixture of soda water and sandstone.
The water from a single scoop of sodawater is used to create a liquid from which the soda is extracted, making it a very low-calorie option for a daily drink.
It also helps avoid the carbon dioxide emissions associated with regular soda consumption, Murphy said.
The company has been working to expand its footprint in the Bay area and has already signed deals to manufacture Carton mineral water and launch the product in the Pacific Northwest.”
We’re confident that people who are interested in mineral water will be able enjoy the soda in a way that meets their daily needs without sacrificing taste or flavor.”
The company has been working to expand its footprint in the Bay area and has already signed deals to manufacture Carton mineral water and launch the product in the Pacific Northwest.