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Eska + Girl Crush: a partnership based on environmental responsibility

As part of Eska’s #ProudInAllColours campaign, we joined forces with Girl Crush, a local fashion company that makes comfy, stylish and eco-friendly clothes for all body types. What does a pure spring bottled water company have in common with a fashion company? Environmental responsibility.  Like us, the two young Québécois entrepreneurs Lucie Rhéaume and Cindy […]

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A Rock-Solid Commitment to Sustainability

*Article published in the May / June 2021 issue of Grocery Business Magazine. 9000 years ago, an Abitibi glacier became an underground river called an esker. This source was discovered nearly 4,000 years ago and is protected by the Saint-Mathieu-Lac-Berry esker in Quebec. This unique Quebec source and its inherent nature form the literal bedrock […]

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Protecting the esker: Eska’s role as guardian of sustainability

Aside from bringing Canadians a pure taste of nature, Eska plays the role of guardian of sustainability in protecting the Saint-Mathieu-Lac-Berry esker—a valuable, renewable resource that is constantly and carefully monitored. But what exactly is an esker, and how does Eska protect it? Keep reading to learn more!  What is the Saint-Mathieu-Lac-Berry esker? Located 600 km […]

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The purity of the Eska bottling process

Eska natural spring water is bottled straight at the esker source, where it goes through a 15-year process of natural filtration. No more than five minutes after being pumped from underground, the water gets sealed in our signature recycled plastic bottle. Talk about fresh!  We sat down with our Chief Operating Officer and Vice President […]

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Water, Nature’s Magic Trick

There’s about 1.4 million cubic kilometres of water on the earth. The amount has stayed the same for two billion years.