Beverage Industry

AquaNew CEO Rob Gourley’s Article Featured in Beverage Industry Magazine

AquaNew CEO Rob Gourley’s article was featured in the June 2017 issue of Beverage industry Magazine. Below is an excerpt: Can electrons lower a beverage-maker’s energy costs? – Shrinking water supplies challenge beer manufacturers By: Rob Gourley, AquaNew and WIT International A non-electrolysis process has been discovered. It involves a magnetized reactor cell that adds […]

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Future of Shopping

At this year’s Beverage Forum gathering of the “Who’s Who” of beverages, there was a panel of futurists who predicted how we will shop for groceries. In our State of the Beverage editorial, we reported on a few of these new shopping trends, including favorite lists on our phones used to reorder groceries online. For […]

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Authenticity – Beyond the Ink on the Bottle Label

Observations and Opinions of Dana and Rob Gourley, AquaNew, on Presentations and Discussions at the 2017 Beverage Forum, April 2017, Chicago, IL. What are the beverage companies doing to make healthier products preferred by women? This was one of the leading questions consistently raised by the audience at the recent Beverage Forum. Many tried to answer […]

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Edible Magazine Article: All Things Liquid

Edible Sarasota Magazine dove right in and devoted an entire issue to all things liquid. Editor Tracy Freeman said she was skeptical until her  team started talking about all of the local drink options and she stated: “The creative juices started to flow until our cups ranneth over.” In the Spring 2017 issue, the coverage […]

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The Amazon Marketplace

We continue to work on a global reach for the Polarized Water. Perhaps someday, the bottled water will be transported on floating Amazonian Markets, such as the one shown in the photo. In the interim, we sell Watt-Ahh® on two Amazon webstores (both one-liter and 16.9 oz. sizes). We ship via UPS from our corporate […]

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WIT Machines Part of RK Water’s Strategy for Breakout Growth as Water Becomes the New Gold

We are proud that the WIT Machines are American made. Our exclusive licensed machine manufacturer, RK Mechanical, Inc. of Denver, Colorado, did a business kick-start four years before the recent Presidential Election promises of retaining and adding more manufacturing jobs in the United States … RK formed a new business division (RK Water) and diversified […]

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Watt-Ahh in BevNET Magazine

BevNET Magazine is a leading beverage trade magazine that showcases consumer trends and product innovations on the market. Watt-Ahh® went shoulder-to-shoulder with about twenty other functional and enhanced water products, and has the distinction of being the only Polarized Water. READ MORE   

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Bottled Pure Water – First Forty Years

I was recently intrigued when someone asked me about the history of bottled water (pure, non-mineralized). My husband and I had often asked each other (years before AquaNew was ever conceived) who had the smarts to spur mass marketing of an essential commodity by making it mobile to keep up with our active lives? Bottled […]

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Watt-Ahh® – No. 1 Top Grocery Pick by Customers of Rebecca’s Natural Food

Brandon Davis, one of the managers of Rebecca’s Natural Food located in Charlottesville, VA. shared their best-selling products, or what she calls “Customer Top Picks,” and gave a description about why their customers and staff all love these products. Brandon specifically wrote about Watt-Ahh®: “Six thousand bottles sold over the past year indicates that Watt-Ahh […]

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Best Way to Reduce Annual Calorie Consumption – Continue to Drink Water!

Our loyal Watt-Ahh® customers already know that drinking pure water can cut calorie consumption. They may not be aware; however, of the cumulative caloric equivalency to otherwise eating a staggering amount of junk food each year. According to a new study from the Beverage Marketing Corporation (BMC) in New York, Americans have collectively cut nearly […]

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