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Polish natural water (16,8 ounce 24 plastic bottles) valued 36,72$ in US online market



Crow 137 | 5,910    
9 Sep 2017  #1

Unbelievable. This hurricane Irma pump price of Polish mineral water to he fantastic levels. Just for comparison, in Serbia you can buy equal amount (and quality) of natural mineral water for about 10$.


G (undercover)    
9 Sep 2017  #2

This is not Polish water. Poland Spring is some town in US where this water is produced.
Roger5 2 | 1,505    
9 Sep 2017  #3

Maine. Owned by Nestle, that paragon of purity and ethical business.
peter_olsztyn 6 | 1,102    
9 Sep 2017  #4

hehe

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poland_Spring
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Poland,_Maine
Kuzyn - | 23    
11 Sep 2017  #5

Go away with nestle adverts ]:<
johnny reb 14 | 2,265    
11 Sep 2017  #6

in Serbia you can buy equal amount (and quality) of natural mineral water for about 10$.

Where I live they cost less then half what they cost in Serbia at $3.80.
In the hurricane zones they are being passed out for free by FEMA.
TheOther 5 | 3,017    
11 Sep 2017  #7

I will never understand why people stock up on overpriced bottled water before a natural disaster when they can easily fill a 500 gallon tank with tap water.
johnny reb 14 | 2,265    
13 Sep 2017  #8

Owned by Nestle, that paragon of purity and ethical business.

Until they get caught defrauding the public.
A new lawsuit accuses Poland Spring water of deceiving customers by putting the words "100 percent natural spring water" on product labels.
The federal class-action lawsuit in Maine targets corporate parent Nestle Waters North America, which is accused of bottling water from wells and municipal sources that don't meet the federal definition of spring water.



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