It begins with a better bottle
Is it the perfect bottle? Maybe. Can it make a difference? Absolutely.
Water on the go is not going away. And why should it? These days, it’s part of our carefree, active lifestyles. The convenience of bottled water is great! It’s the wastefulness that has to go. Instead of asking people to change their lifestyle, we changed the bottle.
Our bottle is better. It’s made from renewable sugar cane, which is better for the planet. It’s BPA free so you can reuse it again and again, which reduces single-use plastics. And it’s filled with pure spring water, so it’s always refreshing. Bottle Up is water on the go, without the woes.
Once all the sweet stuff is squeezed out, the remaining pulp, called bagasse, can then be used as fuel, feed, fertilizer, or in our case, turned into durable plant-based plastic.
Reliably refillable …
Totally, completely, entirely BPA free
Long story, short… it’s bad stuff, so we left it out. Kinda, makes sense doesn’t it?
The gift that keeps on giving
Get one for your favorite person! Get one for yourself! Maybe that’s the same person…we’re not judging.
Affordable and accessible
We know that defeating single-use plastic, means out-competing it on every level. That’s why Bottle Up was designed from the start to be as affordable, and convenient as bottled water, but just as good for the planet as a refillable.
Think global. Drink local.
We don’t drag our water halfway across the world from sacred Polynesian springs. Why? Two reasons.
1. Because Polynesians need their own water.
2. Because it’s stupid.
Our water comes from local sources, close to where it’s sold. Less transport means less CO2, and that means less global warming. Bottle Up cools, and refreshes in more ways than one. Clever aye?
Is the bottle carbon neutral?
Yes! In fact it’s even carbon negative from cradle to gate. Why? Well sugar cane fixes CO2 from the atmosphere, helping to reduce carbon emissions. With every 100.000 tons produced, nearly 500.000 tons of CO2 is reduced worldwide.
Where is the sugar cane from?
The sugar cane used to produce our bottles is grown in Brazil and concentrated in the country’s south region, located more than 2,500 km from the Amazon region. Brazilian sugarcane is highly efficient in terms of water consumption, with 95% irrigated naturally by rainfall.
How often can I reuse my bottle?
You can reuse the bottle as often as you like. The bottle is BPA free and made to last if treated well. We advise you to rinse the bottle with hot water after use and drain well.
Does the bottle contain BPA?
The bottle is BPA free so you can reuse the bottle again and again. In fact, sugar cane doesn’t contain any form of BPA so you are safe to reuse.
Bottle Up is rewarding for retailers.
Stocking a reusable plant-based bottle filled with spring water lets you offer a planet-positive alternative to single use and grow your customer base. It also:
- Drives up basket spend in your water category.
- Makes reusable bottles accessible for everyone.
- Adds variety, colour, and choice to your chilled section.