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4 questions from our users

Michael B.

Michael B.asked

I want to start using this water for my 2 year old daughters formula/powdered milk. Is it recommended for this purpose?

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Richard A.Saka Water

Hi Michael
Thank you for your inquiry.
YES absolutely it is recommended, in fact it should be the only water to use, after all we want what's best for our selves and our children. Saka would be the healthiest option to use.
Best Regards



Hi I love Saka water and was buying it regularly from Tesco in Parkhead Glasgow but they have discontinued it. Is there anywhere else that stocks it near me?

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Eva P

Eva Pasked

Is Saka water available in Tasmania? if yes in which locations? Please, Eva

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Hi Eva, we don’t have a distributor in Tasmania at the moment. But you can order through our website and we’ll deliver to your front door :)
We have a couple of customers who order Saka by the pallets, If you send us an email with your contact details, we may be able to put you in touch with one of them.



Why doesn't SAKA source their water from Australia?

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Richard A.Saka Water

Thank You for your question,
We compared over 1247 brands of water from Australia and around the world looking for the Healthiest Best Tasting Water on the Planet and that's how we discovered Saka Water.
We would love to find water from Australia and we keep searching for anything half as good or close to Saka in terms purity, taste, mineral composition, bottle safety etc.
Unfortunately there aren't any like Saka Water.
Besides the fake brands made from the tap, most of the other brands here are extremely high in Sodium (not healthy), don't taste nice or bottled in unfriendly biodegradable bottles which are worse off for the environment.
This is why our customers say, There's water and there's Saka Water.

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