Why Does Bottled Water Have An Expiration Date?

In this week’s Parade magazine columnist Marilyn vos Savant answered this very question from one of her readers. In one paragraph she did a nice job of addressing the issue. The Cliffs Notes version of her answer suggested that over time a bottle might break and leak, the water might develop an unacceptable taste and smell, and then finally, over time certain harmful chemicals in the plastic might leach out…

Bottling Great Water – Memphis Sand Versus The Imnaha Basalt

If you search Memphis Water in this blog you will find articles that describe it as one of the best naturally occurring waters in the world. On many occasions, including just this past weekend I was asked by some would-be investors to consult with them on their intentions to bottle and sell Memphis Water. One would think that for all my bragging on Memphis Water, it would be a natural…