28 Aug ARTICLE FEATURE BY GOOD FOOD – AquaBotanical start-up creates new water source
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A tomato is about 95 per cent water. But have you ever thought about what happens to that water when tomato sauce is made?
In most cases, it’s tipped down the drain or into our waterways. It’s both bad for the environment and a waste of water, according to Terry Paule, executive chairman of AquaBotanical, a world-first company turning water waste from vegetables into bottled drinking water.
AquaBotanical is a three-year-old start-up that partners with concentrate factories, sugar mills and distillers to capture unused water, clean it, put it in bottles and onto tables.