With antioxidants and vitamins, Sparkling Ice, Coconut Pineapple Sparkling Water, Zero-Sugar Bottles, 17-fl-oz (Pack of 12)

Sparkling Ice, Coconut Pineapple Sparkling Water, with Antioxidants and Vitamins, Zero Sugar, 17 fl oz Bottles (Pack of 12)


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Transport yourself to the beach with tropical pineapple and tantalizing coconut flavor. Mini umbrella not included!

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer‏:‎No
Product Dimensions‏:‎2.35 x 2.3 x 9.15 inches; 14.75 Ounces
UPC‏:‎016571940386
Manufacturer‏:‎Talking Rain Beverage Company
ASIN‏:‎B006FUL3XC
Country of Origin‏:‎USA
Domestic Shipping:This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states and to APO/FPO/DPO addresses.

For APO/FPO/DPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.International Shipping:This item is not eligible for international shipping. 

Always bursting with real fruit flavor
Zero sugar
Each bottle has antioxidants and vitamins

 

About Brand and Product

Talking Rain is the founder and owner of Sprkling Ice Brand. They claim as Sparkling ICE is a zero-calorie beverage prepared with natural flavours, vitamins, antioxidants, and mildly carbonated spring water that is sweetened with sucralose and low in calories.

Come take a look at all of the numerous flavours available, including some of the most well-known! More fun can be had by exploring the Sparkling Ice wiki! Kevin Klock, the president and chief executive officer of Sparkling Ice, a privately held beverage firm, resigned from his positions without explanation on Monday.

You may find out more about him on Facebook and Wikipedia, as well.

Have a good fun and remain cool on the Sparkling Ice wiki, which is maintained by Talking Rain, LLC.

Talking Rain was established in 1987 with the introduction of two sparkling waters bearing the Talking Rain trademark.

Sparkling Ice was introduced to the market by the company in 1992.

It was also during this time period that they relocated to its current location in Preston, Washington.

In 1997, the company switched from saccharin to sucralose, making it the first beverage manufacturer in the United States to do so.

After retiring from the Oklahoma City Thunder in 2014, Kevin Durant entered into an endorsement agreement with Sparkling Ice, which is managed by Roc Nation Sports.

The company was named to the Inc. 5000 list in each of the years 2014, 2015, and 2016.

A distribution agreement was inked by Talking Rain in August 2017 with Tata Global Beverages to market Himalayan mineral water throughout the United States.

A revamped bottle label was introduced in 2018, and the Sparkling Ice mix was altered to include colours derived from natural sources.

Kevin Klock served as the company’s president and CEO from 2010 to 2017, when he resigned abruptly following allegations of sexual harassment levelled against him by a former Talking Rain employee.

In addition to claiming back pay and emotional hardship, the former employee is suing Talking Rain. The reason for Klock’s departure from Talking Rain has not been disclosed by the company.

It was later determined that the situation had been handled, and the case was dismissed. The company’s president, Marcus Smith, served as temporary CEO until April 2018, when Chris Hall took over the post and Smith became president of the organisation.

Beverages made with sparkling ice

Sparking Ice launched a speech skill for Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa in January 2019 to allow consumers to check out the company’s cocktail and mocktail recipes on demand.

The Nielsen Company reports that as of June 15, 2019, Sparkling Ice has about $500 million in yearly retail sales, representing a 14.9 percent growth in dollar sales year-to-date.

Earlier this year, Talking Rain joined The Recycling Partnership, an environmental nonprofit based in Falls Church, Virginia, with the goal of promoting consumer recycling education and re-circulating more high-quality recyclables back into the economy’s circular cycle.

A national campaign called Cheers to Heroes will launch in May 2020 to honour America’s hometown heroes who put their own lives in danger to go to work and serve the public during COVID-19.

The campaign will ask consumers to nominate a friend, colleague or neighbour who they believe is an everyday hero in order to be entered to win cash prizes.

 As an example, Chris Hall announced the Sparkling Ice Cheers to You Beautification Project, in which Talking Rain will invest $250,000 in the repair of public places in Summerville, South Carolina; Hopkinsville, Kentucky; and Bedford, Texas.

To address scope 1 and 2 emissions, Talking Rain cooperated with Terrapass and acquired carbon offsets in January 2021. The company funded more than 28,000 metric tonnes of carbon reduction to address its natural gas use and fleet emissions in the United States.



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