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The Fiji Water - the tale behind the bottles
That must certainly be one of the successful histories of Fiji's exports. It has been around since the mid-1990s, but only after 2003 (when it became a turn-down product in some of the world's top hotels ) did it really become popular.
Fiji is not really a Fiji enterprise. It'?s American. Fiji waters filled in Fiji, you think the firm is Fiji too, right? The Californian businessmen Linda Rae and Stewart Resnick own Fiji Waters. A subterranean tank pumps the waters into the Viti Levu area.
Situated in a tranquil vale away from the major street and far from curious views. The FIJI water is filled at the spring, which is situated in the Yaqara River basin on the Viti Levu isle. Because of the remoteness of the area, we cannot provide visits to the FIJI water filling facility.
It' really not too far away, and if folks wanted to make the journey to see them, well.... why would Fiji Waters want to stop them? Recently, many makes of filled drinking fountains have come under fire because they are less "green" than they would have us believe.
The Fiji water is no different. Things may not be as good as they seem while the facility is good for the city' s business and the business is promoting various social outreaches. At the request of the government to make taxes, the enterprise was threatening to shut down and move abroad.
However, apart from these things, there is no question that Fiji Waters is doing much good for the towns. Offering much needed employment to the region's towns, they have various efforts to increase the potable waters in Fiji, and they have overcame the disadvantages of insulation to deliver a high qualitiy products all over the globe (over 1 million cylinders per day).