“Natural” has become a popular buzzword today. Numerous products have touted the term “natural” onto foods and drinks for years. Water is no different. But why be wary of “natural mineral water”?
Well, the German Federal Court of Justice determined way back in 2012 that it is public knowledge that mineral water wasn’t expected to be totally pollutant-free. Also, not every anthropogenic input into the water was seen as pollution. So before you take a sip of mineral water, check the background of it. Better yet, avoid all doubt and filter your own. For a full article on other “natural” products that might be misleading, click here:: Clean labelling: Back to nature