plastic pollution costs the lives of 100,000 marine mammals per year.
I would buy again since it’s for a good cause and I did keep the bottles to use as vases but I did not enjoy the flavor at all.
light and refreshing flavor, unfortunately one bottle was damaged upon delivery
Not of a fan of the sugar - a bit overpowering on flavor. Better as a mixer. Prefer a more subtle SW
Aside from helping to get rid of one use plastic bottles, the sparkling water flavors are delicious! I ordered elder flower and cucumber mint. I'm reusing the glass bottles with filtered water. Looking forward to more flavors like citrus and berry.
We are loving this delicious Found Cucumber Mint Water. It is delicious and super refreshing and I am especially loving the glass bottles. A must have going forward in my fridge.
The water has a very light flavor, bubbling and refreshing! Expensive for my usual taste but for a good cause it’s ok
The product arrives. The whale is a sticker which quickly messes up. It peels with washing and looks tacky. I had hoped to give as gifts. Don’t love the elderberry and the cucumber mint must have broke in transit. It’s delivery was cancelled and I’ve gotten no further communications
Amazing product!! The taste is very good, I'm going to buy more!
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100% of the profits from your bottles will go to Oceana to fight plastic pollution & help protect the marine mammals that still call our oceans home
It took us around 18 months to develop our own bottle. Today the Found bottle is one of the lightest (if not the lightest) carbonated beverage bottle for a 33cl volume. The reduced mass of the bottle results in more efficient freighting and lower carbon emissions during production.
the plastic crisis
Today there are over 5 trillion pieces of plastics in the oceans. Single use plastic bottles & single use plastic bags are rapidly become the biggest pollutants