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Nyam News December 1 & 2, 2008

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FORTIFIED WATER

You're in the gym and youstroll over to the refreshment counter and say "Can I have a bottle of water please?" The seller asks "What kind?" You repeat, "Bottled!" He points to the wide variety of water bottles on display in the refrigerator – the colours are catchy, the labels are bold and you become confused when you are faced with the decision – plain , vitamin C or fibre?

Sweetened with sugar or sugar substitutes? Grapefruit, lime,cucumber, mango or strawberry flavoured? The natural element from the earth is not as simple as it once was and our expectations of it have grown.

 

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