SodaStream in Partnership with Astronaut Scott Kelly Launches New Product for Excess Gas
TORONTO, April 1, 2019 /CNW/ - Fearful of accidentally burping in public? SodaStream is solving excess gas problems across the country with the invention of a highly innovative product called SodaStreamMe. SodaStreamMe is an on-the-go bottle that converts your excess CO2 into sparkling water. This leading-edge technology was developed by SodaStream in partnership with American astronaut Scott Kelly.
The launch of SodaStreamMe couldn't come at a better time for Canadians. The new Canada's Food Guide is encouraging more consumption of gas-producing fruits and vegetables. The unfortunate side effects of an increasingly plant-based diet are proven and sadly, unavoidable. Enter the SodaStreamMe, which turns the negative action of burping into something positive - sparkling water. And as an added bonus, it will help make your water intake instantly more exciting.
"SodaStream has a proud history as both a leader in innovation and as a strong advocate for the environment. We identified a niche opportunity to transform Canadians' excess gas into a valuable, sustainable resource," said Rena Nickerson, Country Manager, SodaStream Canada. "SodaStreamMe lets Canadians hydrate their bodies while also helping the planet."
If you want to put your gas to good use, the SodaStreamMe is available for $27.99 online and at retailers across the country.
SodaStream is the world's leading manufacturer and distributor of Sparkling Water Makers. SodaStream Sparkling Water Makers make it easy to transform ordinary tap water into sparkling water in seconds at home. Its products include Sparkling Water Makers, a wide range of flavours and accessories. Products are available at more than 80,000 retail stores across 45 countries. To learn more about SodaStream, follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and YouTube, or visit www.sodastream.ca.
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