The water bottled brand Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water is pleased to announce that it has reached a growth of more than 4,999 percent since it was founded by the 26-year-old Ryan Emmons in 2012.
Now that Waiakea water has reached a growth of at least 4,999 percent, the beverage company will open a new Manufacturing facility in Hawaii as an incentive. For the young entrepreneur Emmons, he has reached an astonishing feat if one considers his company’s history.
According to Emmons, who is 26, Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water was barely able to sell 2,100 cases of water in 2012. However, between 2014 and 2015, Emmons’s business was able to sell more than 200,000 cases of water with easy. The water bottled company has also increase its presence in American stores. Currently, Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water operates in most of the U.S.
Waiakea springs was also able to donate more than 400 million liters of drinkable water to communities in conditions of extreme poverty throughout the world. This is one of the reasons why Emmons worked hard in order to increase his company’s profits.
Organic Authority revealed that the young philanthropist deeply believes in social responsibility, and this is why Waiakea Water donates about 600 liters of water for every liter that it sells to buyers. This company also has an agreement with Pump Aid, an organization that by securing safe and sustainable water supplies has been helping sub-Saharan African communities for many years. Learn more about Waiakea Water: https://www.10bestwater.com/brands/volcanic/
Emmons not only wanted to establish a company that was different from its competitors, but he also wanted to start a company that was sustainable and eco-conscious, which is why Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic is based on a triple bottom line platform.
This is why Emmons, for instance, partnered with a co-packaging facility from California. Also, because Waiakea’s bottles are made entirely of polyethylene terephthalate, they produce less carbon. Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water is the best in the beverage industry in regards to carbon neutrality.
As soon as Emmons graduated from the University of California with an expertise in business and entrepreneurship, he founded Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water in 2012 with the goal of revolutionizing the bottled water industry.
The vision of this company revolves around drinking ethically and healthy. Waiakea’s source of water is extracted from the Pahoa aquifer, which is located on the Mauna Loa. According to Baby Boomster, Waiakea’s water is healthy and rich in many types of minerals.