Cano Water cuts carbon footprint with UK shift

Cano Water cuts carbon footprint with UK shift

Sustainability

Cano Water, the 'world's first canned water brand', has relocated its drink production from Austria to the UK to reduce carbon emissions.

Founded in 2015 with a mission to combat the global plastic pollution crisis, Cano Water has been a pioneer in providing consumers with a sustainable alternative to single-use plastic water bottles.

Now available in Tesco and on Ocado, the brand will source its water from an undisclosed location in the English countryside. This strategic move has reportedly halved the company’s carbon footprint.

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The water will be extracted from a depth of over 240 metres and will be naturally filtered through the unique sandstone geology of the aquifer, ensuring an exceptionally clean and natural taste.

Following extraction, the water will be transported for packaging at a facility in Yorkshire.

Josh White, CEO and Co-Founder of Cano Water, said: By partnering with UK suppliers, we’re thrilled to continue our mission of providing consumers with a sustainable alternative to bottled water, while minimising our environmental impact even further.

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