Fiji, an island nation, is a group of green jewels set in the never-ending blue of the Pacific. Actually, the very name “Fiji” has become a symbol of natural beauty, Mother Nature, simplicity and remoteness. And when it comes to normal water, “remoteness” is a critical advantage.
That distance and solitude is part of what makes FIJI Water so much more genuine and better in flavor than other canned rich waters.
FIJI Water comes from a single place: the remote Yaqara Area of Viti Levu (one of Fiji’s two major islands). In this separated and pleasant setting, FIJI Water is attracted from an artesian aquifer that can be found thousands of legs below the sides of a basic jungle. Many legs below an historical jungle in the Yaqara Area, is a vast, geologically unique, subterranean aquifer from which we attract our water. An incredible number of decades ago, the aquifer were actually a volcanic. The volcanic became vanished, and eventually built up levels of rock and deposit. Over centuries, plenty of exotic rainfalls saturated through these sedimentary strata, having a baby to the aquifer below.
Quality needs time.
If you ever considered what truly genuine water preferences like, just open a container of FIJI Water. It’s the next best thing to a trip to Fiji (and a whole lot user friendly on your wallet).