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Richard's Rainwater partners with New Orleans brewery to harvest, bottle rainwater
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Taylor O'Neil, CEO of Richard's Rainwater, has been teaming up with breweries around the country to harvest and bottle rainwater.
The chief executive, who took over in 2017, is trying to make access to clean, local drinking water available to the masses, and he contends "rainwater is actually the cleanest source of drinking water that exists."
Just last month, Richard's Rainwater, the only nationally distributed bottled rainwater beverage on the market, opened the nation's largest potable rainwater collection site in partnership with Faubourg Brewing Co. in New Orleans.
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It marks the second of many partnerships yet to come, according to O'Neil.
"Our mission is to harvest rain in as many communities as we can to make water local and renewable at those collection sites and utilize what we believe is the most precious resource," O'Neil told FOX Business.