Bottled water

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  1. maybebabypowell

    maybebabypowell Full Member

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    Why oh why does bottled water have a use by date when its apparently been flowing through springs for thousands of years???
     
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    Daisybank Hmmmmmm!

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    I have though that too hun!! Its to get more off the shelves I think :)
     
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    Yeh... its just so the shops can sell it
     
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    When water is moving it doesn't go stagnant something to do with dilution effect and reoxygenation due to turbulance I think. Bottled water can go stagnant because of the bacteria etc in it. Plus I think the plastic in the bottle can degrade and leach out into the water eventually, and it can have damaging effects on your health.
     
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