I had myself a good laugh this morning.
$3 for each 1,5 L (50 oz) when you're buying the plastic bottle and $4 if you buy the 1L (33 oz) in glass, according to the http://www.summitspring.com/shop/products-page/ . And you must buy 12 bottles each time!
Guys, what would we do without RAW water™®©$£?
So excited! ;)
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The raw food world is sooooo commercial, same as bankers, hedge funds and all of them, really, i dont see a difference. All out there making a buck outta your pocket. I dont trust any raw, guru-health "leader" for that matter, Making money is oke for some part i guess, but it seems its the main thing. Its the same everywhere, i think the raw food scene is s@#% overall. Too bad.
What really strikes me is that the so called spiritual raw foodist scene is overloaded with money making vampires.
Believe it or not, it does support a good cause, and several in the co-op have asked me to do it...so I did. There are some who really do support this. Thank you for posting, nonetheless.
Hello Kristina, I have seen many of your videos and just learned of your site and that you are located in Houston, TX. What are your locations in Houston if you have any? I would like to visit one.
PS I just want to add that the co-op is not making money off these. The funds go straight to them.
Good you straightened that out Kristina! Keep selling the products you believe in! :)
I'm pretty sure you are making fun of me, but all I will say is no hard feelings. I'm sure if I were on the outside looking in I may think it silly too. Hugs.
We all know you're a good person and as a public person we all receive some good laughter from people now and then. Hugs baby.
Wow, for those who do buy bottled water, this is actually a sustainable source to buy from, good to know, a great company to support. http://www.summitspring.com/president/why-is-summit-spring-so-expen...
The movie Flow is a very interesting look at what other water bottlers are doing that is really bad for the environment as well as small farmers. http://www.flowthefilm.com/trailer
I don't think kristina is a money-grabber though. She doesn't look/act like one, i mean her youtube videos (haven't seen all, seen a few) are pretty much to the point, recipies, no bickering, just spreading the soul-clarity and joyfullness a raw lifestyle truely provides.
When people tell me that vegans/raw foodies are bitter people i always link kristina or Terry L. videos.
I'm sure she's not trying to pull off something. Please don't jump on her neck.
I was very impressed with Kristina's talk at the Woodstock Fruit Festival in 2011 describing how she created her co-op. It's completely non-profit and she doesn't take a salary. Money-grabber? I think not.
Co op or not- selling raw water , well.
She did not create the product, as it states on their website it already existed.
She is not making a dime for selling it as it goes to charity.
It teaches people on the importance of living water, why you mad?