Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Save the Oceans with Sparkling Water!

June is World Ocean Month, so the folks at FOUND Beverage reached out to ask if I would feature their new 100K Initiative to benefit Oceana, an advocacy group dedicated to protecting and restoring the world's oceans.

I'm a sparkling water addict, so I was more than happy to try out FOUND's new flavored sparkling water for the 100K Initiative! According to UNESCO, there are 100,000 marine mammals impacted by plastic in the oceans. To commemorate these animals, FOUND has developed 100,000 glass bottles of the brand's naturally sparkling, infused mineral water to sell and raise money which Oceana will use to protect the oceans and their wildlife.

Each of the 100,000 bottles is individually numbered, so you can get a better feel for the impact of plastic on wildlife. FOUND has bottled two flavors of their carbon-neutral sparkling water for the project — Cucumber Mint and Elderflower.

They sent me the Cucumber Mint, and it was fantastic! Just the right amount of bubbly carbonation with a refreshing cucumber flavor and hint of mint. Learn more about how you can support the 100K Initiative here. 100% of profits go to protecting all wildlife that call our oceans home.


Hillary said...

Thanks for posting this. I love sparkling water, and I try to avoid buying it in plastic bottles. I've known plastic is bad for a long time, but I just read an article yesterday that really, really woke me up.
Cucumber mint sounds wonderful!!

Sarah said...

Thanks for this post and spreading the message. I think it is a really great way to advocate for the ocean and I love that the company is taking steps to make a difference. That is amazing.