produces water of a superior quality.
The founder of Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water is Ryan Emmons, and he is justifiably proud of the company’s accomplishments. When the company began, they sold a couple thousand cases of Waiakea water each year. This has increased to over 120,000 cases every year. Due to their efforts, communities in Africa have received 500 million liters of fresh, clean water. The partnership of Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water and Pump Aid donate 650 liters of water every time they sell a liter. Their charitable generosity constitutes a third of the success of the brand. The water is rich in minerals, naturally alkaline, and packed with electrolytes. The packaging is all from recycled bottles and it comes from one of the planets purest places.
Ryan Emmons believes Waiakea has become successful because of the creative way they do business. This is the first bottled water to ever be certified as CarbonNeutral. Not only does the brand place their focus on sustainability, health, and ethics but their brand has several ways to make people feel good. Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water has seen an average annual growth of 170 percent which places the company at a $10 million value. Premier chains across the county stock the Waiakea brand including Wawa and Whole Foods and it is expanding internationally as well.
Waiākea Hawaiian Volcanic Water comes from rain and snowmelt from the Mauna Loa volcano on the Big Island. Waiakea Water uses thousands of feet of rock to filter the water and create one of the most delicious waters anywhere in the world. The company supports rural African communities with their sales by providing clean water. Waiākea Hawaiian Volcanic Water supports the Hawaiian practice of mālama i ka ‘āina and is eco-friendly.