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    Default Boxed Water

    The other day a friend of mine gave me a box of water. Boxed Water to be specific. It's being marketed as an alternative to bottled water.


    From their website:
    Part sustainable water company, part art project, part philanthropic project, and completely curious. Boxed Water Is Better is a boxed water company
    It's an interesting idea. Playing the idea of recycled cardboard being more renewable, while also donating a share of profits to promote water relief around the world along with reforestation.

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    Interesting! Wonder why nobody put water in a milk carton before.

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    I was in Acme here the other day, and they carry juice-box package water in 3 packs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fusion View Post
    I was in Acme here the other day, and they carry juice-box package water in 3 packs.
    I wonder if those boxes of water are marketed
    as being "organic". LOL
    Don't worry, be happy. Meher Baba

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    odd but a new spin on things...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobpuller View Post
    Interesting! Wonder why nobody put water in a milk carton before.
    Maybe someone will actually start putting milk back in milk cartons. I hate milk in plastic containers.

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    A commenter on our Boxed Water review mentioned Glacia Icebox, another provider of boxed water. Has anyone seen or tried this?

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    Isn't the box wax covered?
    My city doesn't accept wax covered packages.

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