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April 2015 Issue

Plant Waters Make a Splash

With experts cautioning that sugar is a cause of obesity and chronic disease, combined with the trend towards all things “natural,” it’s no surprise that consumers are turning to plant waters, such as coconut, maple, and birch water. These waters appeal to our desire for healthier, less-processed alternatives to overly sweetened ready-to-drink beverages. But are they as healthy as they sound?

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