First Hawaiian Volcanic Water is a Win-Win for Healthier Lives and Charitable Giving

A Hawaiian water company has achieved a milestone for its 5,000% expansion in profitable sales, announcing a successful campaign of volcanic, nutrient-enhanced water for healthier lives. Comprised of exotic minerals from the tropical volcano, Mauna Loa, over 120,000 yearly packages of Waiakea water have rejuvenated customers across the United States and have saved the lives of economically-disadvantaged people in third world countries.

Cultivating the Big Island’s abundant rain fall, this volcanic fountain of youth filters the mineral-rich water through layers of porous igneous rock. As a result, the water picks up precious alkaline and electrolyte minerals which are health catalysts for better cognition, muscle coordination, and richer skin. Waiakea springs is thus an ideal location for producing this life-enhancing beverage.

Along with its own successes, the company is paying it forward: every time a liter of the water is sold, they donate 650 liters to underprivileged people and communities around the globe. In addition, the eco-conscious group encapsulates the water with recycled RPET bottles and has claimed the title for being certified as “CarbonNeutral.” By emitting no carbon footprint, using the plastic raw material is an environmentally sustainable practice that further broadcasts its ethical purpose to consumers.

Ryan Emmons, CEO and founder of Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water, is delighted at the outstanding production of 120,000 packages of life-saving water per year, a 4,000 percent from the company’s fledgling start in 2012. He attributes much of its marketing success due to the fact that they have shipped over half a million liters of the nutrient rich water to Africa.

Adding to these achievements, the philanthropic-conscious enterprise has witnessed a steady annual increase of 170 percent, paying off high dividends from reputable distributors such as Whole Foods and partnerships with Pump Aid. Totaling its current value at over 10 million dollars, the attractive tropical island water company has turned it’s three-pronged approach of healthy living, environmental conservation, and ethical practice into an internationally recognized brand.