So now I know why I can’t buy Highland spring, why tesco had signs up saying only 3 bottles per customer. Yet more shortages, but this time of our basic resource - water! The only bottled water in plentiful supply is Ashbeck - can anyone vouch for this? According to reports it’s from the lake district. Until this year I had never seen it.
I managed to find some Buxton (not a favourite) but otherwise shelves are bare. Bring back Highland Spring - it’s the best!
@AnnieS , Having lived on rain water for 18yrs l agree with the animals
on that Annie, but the animals still preferred drinking from puddles to
drinking the water from ,their bowls ( my dogs and cats that is).
Rain water is also , soft and makes better tea as well as being better for
washing your hair !!
I wouldnt recommend using rainwater in uk for drinking though, due to the
high levels of pollution !!
@Artangel , It is a waste of money Arty, plus creates a lot of plastic waste !!
It is not unknown for bottled water companies to filter the tap water and
then sell it on as spring water !!
The vast amounts of bottled water being produced now are unable to be
satisfied by natural springs which are relatively slow flowing and also
I can now hear the groans of the health freaks !!
Liz Truss is going to provide free water for the elderly and anyone who lives north of Watford gap. Branded in her own bottles, it’ll contain goody additives including mercury, strychnine, arsenic and potassium cyanide.