Asarasi is now producing a natural tree-filtered water product that is sustainably harvested from maple trees. Every year, 500 million gallons of tree-filtered water is lost through the production of maple syrup, and Asarasi is working to save this renewable source of water by selling it as a more eco-friendly alternative to other forms of bottled water.
Not only does Asarasi's tree-filtered water help to conserve the water lost in the production of maple syrup, but Asarasi's products also help to benefit farmers in the Northeastern US and Canada. Rather than simply discarding the 45 gallons of maple sap water used to produce a single gallon of syrup, farmers are now able to sell this water byproduct to Asarasi and improve their profits by up to 25 percent.
The company is currently running a Kickstarter campaign to mass produce its sustainable Sparkling Tree Water.
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