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If I ever had to introduce a brand like Bisleri I would start by saying Bisleri is synonymous to packaged drinking water.
You might have experienced that even a common man refers to packaged water as “Bisleri” even though the brand may not be the same, but that’s only because Bisleri has gained that popularity and trust over the years and we were lucky enough to see it for ourselves on a visit to the Bisleri plant.
I mentioned once before that the first thing that caught my attention was a sign in the elevator that read “We are a photo-friendly plant” which just goes to show the transparency of their practices. We witnessed the step-by-step process of bottling, bottle blowing, packaging, labelling, inspections and eventually bulk packaging in a spic and span environment that created the perfect set up for something as pure as the water we give ourselves and the kids on so many occasions.
A guided tour through the plant helped address many queries that we had by giving us a visual insight every step of the way. The admin then addressed many of our technical questions along with those that our readers had asked us along with a detailed explanation of the process of “double ozonising” which helps to keep the water pure and quality in check even in sealed bottles.
I was also glad to know that they have a great distribution even in rural areas where the scarcity of drinking water is a major source of concern and happy to know these their strengths included distributing water to people under the poverty line too. For me this was a major cause of concern, as Bisleri is our go-to brand that we store in the cars everyday to keep ourselves hydrated on the move or even at parties that we host. Hence as a person/mom who already uses the brand for myself and my kids, I wanted to know more and quest my thirst for knowledge through this first hand experience. Thank you FirstCry and Bisleri for making this happen and helping us address so many of our followers as well, one sip at a time.
For more details on how Bisleri purifies its water as well as to book a a vist and check for yourself, visit https://www.bisleri.com/
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