Bottled water is drinking water such as well water, distilled water, mineral water, or spring water. The first documented case of selling bottled water was in Boston in the 1760s (business insider). The world spends over one hundred billion dollars on bottled water a year (business insider). Global consumption of bottled water goes up ten percent each year (business insider). Americans are now drinking more bottled water than milk. In 2008, Americans drank an average of thirty gallons of water per person (business insider). According to the International Bottled Water Association Americans drank 9.1 billion gallons of bottled water in 2011. Bottled water is a great beverage choice for hydration and refreshment because of it consistent safety quality, good taste and convenience.
When you are in a rush and on the go bottled water is probably the thing you grab to keep yourself hydrated throughout the day. Many people choose bottled water because it is convenient.
Weather it is buying a whole case of them to keep at home or running to the store to get a bottle. Bottled water is not free so the prices add up quick if you drink it a lot. The world spends over one hundred billion dollars on bottled water a year (business insider). Buying bottled water means not having to purchase and fill one's own container. The ability to purchase water readily means that consumers can obtain water when they want it, rather than carrying around a bulky container all day. And when one's thirst is slaked, disposal is just a trash can away; there's no need to bring the bottle home and wash it oneself (Bottled convenience). Bottle water may be more convenient than a container you can use over and over again but it is not free and is...