Free Volvic drinks in London Waterloo  station
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Free Volvic drinks in London Waterloo station

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Voted cold. As that's how I like my water.
Cold. Not Evian.
Water=loo
jamiefisher861 h, 40 m ago

Cold. Not Evian.


Only real water drinkers can tell the difference between water
Got it - strawberry flavour yum! Cheers for the heads up
You also get handed a voucher that gets you another free bottle in Boots.
ncd2 h, 21 m ago

You also get handed a voucher that gets you another free bottle in Boots.


Hi, can you share a photo of the coupon please? Thanks
csa12 h, 11 m ago

Hi, can you share a photo of the coupon please? Thanks


OK, not sure why you want a picture of the voucher, but here you go....

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ncd7 m ago

OK, not sure why you want a picture of the voucher, but here you go.... …OK, not sure why you want a picture of the voucher, but here you go.... [Image]


Thanks, do you have the barcode?
Just another nail in the planets coffin. Sky ocean rescue are doing great things and the single use bottle producers react with "free plastic bottle of water" I've never bought one or accepted a free one and I teach my children the same so hopefully they will grow up understanding that tap water is safe to drink.

Hopefully just a one day deal and I won't have to look at it tomorow in disgust

Danone who own Volvic are also guilty of giving free samples of milk formula to third world countries fooling the mothers into thinking it is better than breastmilk.

Wiki sums it up better than I can
Edited by: "nougat" 7th Aug
I'd rather drink Sams urine
China[edit]In October 2012, a Save the Children survey was conducted in the cities of Hohhot, Beijing, Jinan, Shanghai, Nanjing, and Shenzhen. Sixty mothers of infants 0–6 months were interviewed in each city. 40% of the mothers interviewed said they had received formula samples. Of these, 60% were provided by company representatives, and over one-third by healthcare workers. The mothers reported that samples were provided by (in order of frequency): Dumex (Danone, and since May 2016 Yashili), Enfamil (Mead Johnson), Wyeth, Abbott, Nestlé, Friso, Ausnutria and Bei-yin-mei.[83] The overall 2013 Save the Children report which includes this 2012 survey states, "If new mothers are given free samples to feed to their babies it can start a vicious circle that undermines their own ability to breastfeed. An infant satiated with formula may demand less breast milk, so the mother produces less, and that can result in her losing confidence in her ability to breastfeed."[83]

Indonesia subsidiary[edit]In February 2013 The Guardian reported that up until 2011, Danone subsidiary Sari Husada had midwives sign contracts to receive financial payments for selling a certain number of boxes of baby formula.[84] According to Danone, this no longer happens, and has been replaced by a scheme which runs training for midwives. However, the main difference appears to be a change from cash to merchandise such as televisions or laptops, and often including items which are needed in the midwives' practices, such as oxygen canisters, TENS machines, and nebulisers. The Guardian has seen a spreadsheet detailing the number of new mothers contacted, the amount of 0–6 months formula sold, and the proportion of their target this represents. Danone commented: "That may still be happening, that's something we need to address."

Turkey marketing campaign[edit]In June 2013 the organisation was accused in Turkey of "misleading mothers with a marketing campaign that warned they might not be providing enough breast milk to their babies [and suggesting] mothers use its powdered baby milk to make up any shortfall." Danone responded that it "based its advice on WHO guidance" and claimed that both the WHO and UNICEF "endorsed the campaign." The WHO said Danone did not have permission to use its logo and asked Danone to remove its name from the company's marketing materials within 14 days while Ayman Abulaban, the UNICEF representative for Turkey, said: "The Unicef Turkey office has not endorsed this campaign." UNICEF also requested that their name be removed from marketing materials.[85]
Aaronnnn7 h, 14 m ago

Only real water drinkers can tell the difference between water


I'm a SmartWater man myself.
AndrewRunagall12 h, 57 m ago

I'm a SmartWater man myself.


I stay away from that, it is produced by coca cola.
Aaronnnn6 m ago

I stay away from that, it is produced by coca cola.


So? I've had lots of drinks by Coca-Cola and haven't died once.
AndrewRunagall8 h, 24 m ago

So? I've had lots of drinks by Coca-Cola and haven't died once.


Each to their own
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