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Click through to read the full article by Jamie Brown from The Land. Drinking water grown by cane farmers on the Northern Rivers is expected to tempt a new generation of eco-conscious consumer both here in Australia and overseas. New South Wales Sugar Milling Co-operative this week signed an arrangement with Mildura-based AquaBotanical to harvest the water trapped in sugar cane with a patented process to be piloted at Condong mill. The mutually beneficial agreement is a game changer for the sugar processor, with AquaBotanical technology saving energy and supplying another income stream. Read the full story here....

Click through to read the full article by Kim Honan from ABC. A sugar producer in northern New South Wales will soon be capturing the water in its sugar cane to bottle for human consumption. Sunshine Sugar, a joint venture between the NSW Sugar Milling Co-operative and the Manildra Group has teamed up with AquaBotanical, to make the product using innovative technology which harvests water at the same time juice is made. Sunshine Sugar's chief executive officer Chris Connors is excited by the development and said it will deliver key benefits to the environment and the community. Read the full story here....

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.  ...