LOS ANGELES — AquaHydrate Inc., a Southern California-based health and fitness water company, announced today expanded retail distribution across the West and Midwest regions of the United States.
In the west, AquaHydrate launched into grocery and drug store chains: Walgreens in Los Angeles and San Diego (230 stores); Savemart (240 stores); Raley's (128 stores); Pharmaca (25 stores); High Health (38 stores); Superior Grocery (35 stores); and Vallarta Grocery (44 stores).
In the mid-west, AquaHydrate launched in Cub Foods (80 stores) across the Minneapolis/St. Paul region and recently finalized a deal with Mahaska Bottling to be distributed in Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska and South Dakota.
"We are experiencing a tremendous amount of growth and we are definitely not slowing down any time soon. When you have a great product that is backed by a solid team with a clear vision the brand is able to achieve maximum success," says Nate Puksta, VP, marketing.
AquaHydrate contains a combination of high pH, electrolytes and minerals, which helps restore balance to the body, fuels "supercharged hydration" and helps people perform at the top of their game, "No Matter What" drives them, the company stated.
AquaHydrate comes in recognizable blue bottles in three sizes: 1 L (SRP $2.29), 700 mL sport-top (SRP $1.79) and 500 mL bottles (SRP $1.19), prices may vary. AquaHydrate is available at Kroger Co. and Safeway Inc. grocery stores, GNC and a variety of additional grocery, health and natural foods stores throughout the U.S., as well as online at www.aquahydrate.com.
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