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  • Bamboo water could be the next super drink
  • Bamboo water could be the next super drink
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Bamboo water could be the next super drink

From coconut water to iced tea, drinks brands are continuously vying to produce the next 'super drink' – and Bamboo Water believes it's cracked it. Harnessing the neglected nutritional properties of bamboo leaves, the brand is positioned as both healthy and ecologically sustainable.

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