Author: Jessica

Click through to read the full article by Nikos Fotakis from Neos Kosmos. The idea was to make use of the liquid removed from the concentrated juice, tons of water from carrots, apples, pears, grapes, sugar juice and even tomatoes – virtually any fruit – that would be otherwise thrown away. “How good good it be to make water out of this particular fraction? Drinking juice was a good idea, why not drinking water from fruit and vegetables?” The seed was sown. But from inception to actually putting an idea into action, it is a different process. Read the full story here....

Click here to read the full article by Live Kindly. The word is out - People are talking and spreading the word about how AquaBotanical is harvesting nature's hidden water. "Award-winning Australian beverage brand Aqua Botanical has developed what may be the world’s first way to “grow water,” unlocking a sustainable and renewable source from everyday fruit and vegetables." Click here to read the full article by Live Kindly.  ...

“Fab food from the fab chefs at the Melbourne's MCEC. Wow, Executive chef Peter Haycroft, Joseph Goodman and his team deserved all the praise. A bespoke Port Phillip Bay seafood inspired lunch for all the chefs. Bravo. We couldn't have done it without you. In 5 years our sea urchin, scallops, sardine fishermen will be gone. I found out "they all" really enjoy the fine things in life including good seafood and beer. Cheers and good health. 🍴🍻🍺🍺#portphillipbayscallops #seaurchin #aussieseafood #sardines #Melbourne chefs #chefsoninstagram #chefslife #cleanseas #goodgrubhub #aquabotanical 📷: Food Companion Magazine...

"Not a shopfront, but by far the most exciting find in my opinion at the Vegan Festival. Aqua Botanicals are revolutionising the way we hydrate ourselves, minimizing the impact on the planet at the same time. The world’s first water sourced entirely from fruit and vegetables, they produce fresh water from filtering and mineralising the aqueous liquid from the leftover juice concentrate discarded by juice producers. Whilst I am not a fan of buying water due to the impact of the bottled water industry on the environment, I dislike more my family consuming the fluoride found in Adelaide tap water. AB’s water comes in recyclable glass bottles and is doing a favour to the environment, so it’s our water of choice now and you can discover their full story online." Check out her blog here: http://ow.ly/hyF5306fGSc So glad you discovered us! 💦 🍃 The Anicca Way 🌎 #veganfestival #adelaide #aquabotanical #theaniccaway...

AquaBotanical has joined Indian and international scientists and researchers to offer solutions for India’s water shortage. Dr. Bruce Kambouris is at the VSI International Conference 2016 explaining how our process of extracting water can be applied to the existing sugar cane production here in India, with the prospect of supplying pure drinking water that is sustainable and readily available! 👏🏼 #excitingtimes #india #sugarcane #aquabotanical...

We are excited to be sponsoring the Slow Food Mildura this year, and you guys are in for a treat! Ticket sales have been extended, so jump online and secure your place. Slow Food Mildura is hosting the 2016 Australian Slow Food National Conference from November 17 to 20! The Slow Food Mildura convivia are excited to be welcoming you to our region to experience a conference that will be hands on, informative, and include active networking . This year’s theme Our Food, Our Country- Good, Clean, Fair in our past, present and future will be woven throughout the conference. -Hands on experiences -Wild & native foraging -Sausage & preserve making -Experience endangered foods -Dinner on the Murray River Salt pan -Guest speakers, presentations and talking circles -Market & free tastings -Farming & production tours -Local beer & wine Includes free event Terra Madre at Sunraysia Farmers Market!...