Years after finding out that Aquafina was simply “city water”, it still catches me off guard that you can find that information on the side of their label in the form of “public water sources”. I noticed this after purchasing a case of water for a recent road trip to a destination without safe or rather unknown tap water status. But it seems that most bottled water has fallen into the “Dude you are drinking tap water” price range rather than “It’s bottled by fairies as it sprays out of Magic Mountain!” price. Due to the new lowered prices it makes me wonder if I could find a bottling company and label my water simply “potable water” and give the major bottled water companies a run for their money.
With this comes the point that not drinking tap water is a wasteful in a monetary sense and the only good reason to buy tap water is because you aren’t near a source of good clean water aka off the grid in the United States. Do you think I am wrong? Do you need your water processed twice so you don’t receive the benefits of added fluoride? Let me know.