Three years after its inception in 2012, Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water has reached a 5,000 percent growth. The company announced the great news on the achievement towards the end of the year 2015. The company has always been focused on sustainability, health, as well as charitable initiatives. In the year 2014 alone, the finest bottled water brand managed to increase its products to about 2,000 stores in thirty nations in the United States. With the aim of celebrating the achievements, Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water has a plan of launching an additional manufacturing facility in Hawaii so as to serve the increasing demand on an international level.
The founder and the president of Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water, Ryan Emmons expressed his delight in the achievements that the company has been able to accomplish within three years. He continued to say that the company has managed to sell more than 120,000 cases each year which mark an increase compared to the few thousand cases sold before. He added that they are so happy that the growth in sales has capacitated them to donate over 500 million liters of water to the needy communities in Africa.
Ladisco said that Waiakea Water in collaboration with Pump Aid has taken the initiative to encourage people to drink water more ethically. In this course, they donated 650 liters for each liter sold. Their generous contributions towards the community are just a third of the brand’s success meaning the company is performing excellently. The Waiakea spring water produced and packed by the this great company, is permanently rich in minerals, naturally alkaline and packed in the electrolyte.
Ryan Emmons points that they focus on doing things differently which amounts to their great success and the great achievement of being the first water brand to be certified CarbonNeutral®. The company has reached a valuation of more than $10 million attaining a growth of about 170 percent per annum.
About Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water
The company’s primary goal is to ensure that clean water is available, to encourage conservation and educate people who are in need both in Hawaii and outside the world. They have also taken the initiative to donate clean water to the disadvantaged African communities in the rural areas. Through the help of Pump Aid, they were able to give 650 liters of water per every liter purchased.