The Advantages of Bottled Water

Staying hydrated is essential, and bottled water serves as a convenient solution, offering safety and peace of mind to millions worldwide. It is simply drinking water packaged in individual bottles, typically plastic or glass.

In South Africa, the Department of Health is the primary entity responsible for regulating bottled water. It enforces Regulation R718, established in 2006, setting strict quality and safety standards for bottled water.

Beyond being a portable solution for quenching thirst, bottled water offers benefits that are often overlooked amid sustainability concerns and environmental debates.


The Department of Health regulates bottled water to ensure its safety for consumption. Besides meeting these standards, bottled water often undergoes additional filtration processes to remove impurities, contaminants, and other unwanted substances, resulting in high-quality, contaminant-free water.


While tap water may often contain pollutants and chemicals rendering it unsafe, bottled water is typically purified and filtered, ensuring safety. Regular testing is conducted to maintain compliance with safety standards.


With options like spring, mineral and purified water, bottled water caters to diverse preferences and needs, each with unique characteristics and sourced from different locations.

Health Benefits

Adequate water intake, including bottled water, supports hydration, kidney function, body temperature regulation, and can prevent headaches. Bottled water offers a convenient way to stay hydrated and healthy.

Bottled Water by MANZI Water

MANZI Water offers a range of high-quality bottled water products, including still and sparkling options at various MANZI Water outlets across South Africa. Ensuring a consistent supply of safe, clean, and affordable drinking water, especially when tap water is unreliable or of questionable quality. Contact them today for convenient delivery right to your doorstep.

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