Bottled water of Iceland
In environmental terms, Iceland is unique. Iceland is a large country (103,000 km²), but is sparsely populated, with only 3 persons per km² living mostly along the coast. The interior of the country contains stunning contrasts. It is largely an arctic desert, punctuated with mountains, glaciers, volcanoes and waterfalls. Most of the vegetation and agricultural areas are in the lowlands close to the coastline.
There are about 10 brands of Icelandic Bottled Water.
FineWaters represents the Fine Water category, educating the consumers and the media and F&B professionals about water not just being water. The Fine Water Society was founded in 2008 to create a global forum and to further enhance the visibility of Fine Water and convey the idea that water is not just water but a natural product with terroir and unique characteristics.
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