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Have you tried maple water?

by Press Release
Monday 5th September 2016
It was discovered hundreds of years ago by Native Americans and some of the ‘machinery’ used to produce it has been running ever since, but it’s only now that maple water has started appearing on our shop shelves, driven by our demand for drinks that not only taste great but also help our health.
DRINKmaple sprang to life thanks to two American Ironman triathletes who discovered that maple water offered the most refreshing drink they could find. ‘Collected’ by simply tapping maple trees, a process that doesn’t harm the plants, and allowing the water, jam-packed with a host of nutrients and minerals the trees have amassed through their roots, to run into buckets. The organic maple water is then bottled without anything being added or taken away and without any boiling.
Unlike maple syrup the tree’s water isn’t high in sugar, in fact maple water has only about half the sugar of coconut water (less than 1.5g per 100ml), but does contain 46 other nutrients, including more manganese than a cup of kale – a nutrient which plays an important role in our bodies’ energy systems.
Although it’s low in sugar DRINKmaple does still retain a subtle maple taste and offers a unique and refreshing flavour that will quench the thirst of even the most parched pallet.
It’s not just your health and taste buds that DRINKmaple helps. For every bottle sold 200 gallons of fresh clean water is supplied to individuals in developing nations beset by drought and disaster through the organization More Than Sport.
So whether you’re looking for a tastier thirst quencher for your gym session or an interesting base for a jug of summer cocktail look no further than www.drinkmaple.eu or find DRINKmaple at Ocado, Wholefoods, Planet Organic and over 200 other stores, including Selfridges, Revital and Harvey Nichols.

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