Health and wetness

Phillips, Bob
April 2006
Progressive Grocer;Apr2006, Vol. 85 Issue 5, p32
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the popularity of bottled water among supermarket consumers in the U.S. People in the U.S. are consuming over 23 gallons of bottled water per year, according to Nestlé Waters North America executive Steve Seager. According to ACNielsen data, bottled water accounted for $3.6 billion in rings at supermarkets for the 52-week period ending January 28, 2006. INSET: Buyers' Alert.


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