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Asarasi, a company that sells bottled pure drinking water harvested from maple trees, has been labeled as ‘organic’ by United States Department of Agriculture (USDA).

Every year, 500,000,000 Gallons of pure and naturally filtered water goes waste in maple farming. Asarasi (which is Latin for “Maple”) carbonates, stores and deliver the maple water, which is the purest form of water available. Check out the website here.

The company pays the farmers for selling the maple sap ‘waste’ maximizing the farmer’s profits. According to Lazar, pure water can be recovered from many different types of trees without harming the trees.

The company does not advertise the water as maple flavored water. The water is unflavoured but a sweet and fresh taste lingers in the aftertaste occurring from its source.

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