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Mineral water in New Zealand



The New Zealanders consume an average of 15 to 17 liters of bottled water person per year, compared to 63 liters per person in Australia. The water industry in New Zealand is dominated by two companies: Coca-Cola Amatil and Frucor.


History of mineral water in New Zealand

The first bottle of bottled water in New Zealand was the Waiwera Seltzer in 1875. Other bottlers early water quickly followed: Hancock & Co. (Te Aroha), Campbell & Erenfried (Puriri), Grey & Menzies (Paeroa) and Wairongoa.

Gazette New Zealand 1904 reported the existence of soda water factories employing 114,437 people. The number of bottlers peaked at 164 in 1918.

During much of the mid-1900's, there was little or no development in the bottled water industry, and consumers are satisfied with water tap.

The first contemporary local water bottle to appear on the domestic market was Waimak brand in the 1970. Also at that time, imported as Perrier, Evian and San Pellegrino brands have been increasingly popular.

Market mineral water in NV Zealand

Bottled water is still the most dynamic within the beverage category in New Zealand segment.

Bottled water is regulated by the Food Standards Australia and New Zealand must comply with the Food Act 1981. Since July 2009, the fluorine is allowed in bottled water as an additive or as a mineral natural origin.

On believes that New Zealanders consume about 55 million liters of water bottles.

In New Zealand, the average price of a liter of gasoline is hovering around $ 2.90. You can buy the same gas station a one liter bottle of water for $ 3.00 which is locally manufactured and transported only a few hundred miles instead of a few thousands for oil.

New Zealand brands of mineral water




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