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Jamu Wild Water – rewilding hydration wins Taste of the West Gold and more…

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26 May 2023
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A Taste of the West Gold Award win for rewilding hydration Jamu Water

Created in Devon and crafted by nature, our natural, sparkling water is filled with British-grown botanicals, immune-boosting vitamins and gut-friendly prebiotic fibre from chicory roots, helping to re-wild you from the inside out.

Jamu Wild Water was created to provide healthy AND nourishing hydration, so adding nutritious ingredients was just as important as the ones we wanted to leave out!

With zero sugar, artificial sweeteners, colours or preservatives, Jamu is not only good for you, but nourishing too. We’ve even won awards for it!

We have three National ‘Nourish Awards’ under our belt. And this year we’re proud to have won multiple medals in the Non-Alcoholic Cold Drinks category in the Taste of The West 2023 awards too!

Our Sparkling Blood Orange flavour took Gold, Sparkling Lemon took Silver and our deliciously sweet Sparkling Raspberry was officially recognised and commended too.

With prebiotic fibre to keep your microbiome happy, plus vitamins and beneficial botanicals, Jamu provides wildly tasty, plant-powered hydration!

Where to find our award-winning drinks…

Looking to boost your fibre intake and connect with nature while sipping on a deliciously fruity beverage this summer? Discover the full range of all-natural drinks to buy online at jamuwildwater.co.uk

To find out more about our pop-up shops, news and nature-filled discussions, you can follow us on Instagram @jamuwildwater

Joining Food & Drink Devon

We’re so excited to be welcomed as a new member of Food & Drink Devon. The roots of Jamu Wild Water are firmly planted along the coastlines, ancient forests and countryside of Devon, and the close connection to nature that we find here helped to inspire our botanically centred recipe, and our broader mission too.

“British grown botanicals and prebiotic fibre play a harmonious role not only in supporting wellbeing but also resonating with our broader mission – to inspire young people to connect with nature, something we’re both very passionate about.”

As we built the Jamu brand, we became more aware of the decline in nature connection here in the UK. Nature connectedness is intrinsically linked to our wellbeing, but studies also show that when we feel more connected to nature, we’re more likely to care for it! Nature, wellbeing and pro-environmentalism are entwined.

Annually, we donate 10% of our profits to re-wilding projects that are restoring habitats, but also youth charities that are connecting young people across the UK with nature. We believe it’s vital that the next generation has equal access to enjoy and connect with the natural world.

 

 

 

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