The Effects Of Bottled Water On Drinking Water

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1. Why I selected This product Category I have always found it sort of curious when I see people buying bottled water. My grandfather told me that when he was a boy they drank water from the hose and it was free. I know growing up our household certainly didn’t bother with things like that, so facet water is what we got as well. The costs of groceries these days is expensive, spending extra money on water always seemed like such a waste to me. Now, that being said, some people live in areas where the water isn’t very clean, and buying bottled water is much safer than drinking the city’s water. Also, bottled water has become more popular because it is paired as a service; Bottled water is easy to grab on the go. It takes more time to find a water bottle, with a lid, and fill it up than to grab an already bottled water. 2. The Good Position… the least expensive choice I selected “Schnucks Purified Drinking Water” as the low cost example. It is the store brand, and costs about $ 2.88. The water is packaged in plastic water bottles, and comes 24 bottles to a package (containing 16.9 FL OZ per bottle). Then it is encased in plastic wrapping, and placed closest to the floor. This brand is the cheapest because it is purified water versus like spring water. Many times people view spring water as more natural, and therefore it’s more expensive. The main reason behind this brand being the cheapest is because it is the store brand. Typically, people who buy “Schnucks Purified Drinking
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