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Black Water: Dirty or Delicious?

I like my Jersey girls, but not these fella’s black water! I’ll admit I’m a fan of the Real Housewives of New Jersey. While watching a recent episode the sons of one of the wives spoke of their new business venture involving a new bottled-water line BLK. At the official NYC launch party back in March Albie Manzo (son of Housewife Caroline)

When asked about the water, Manzo replied “I noticed the water and thought it could become a great product. The water is black because of the fulvic acid in it.We think it is a great product that has great benefit and potential; it boosts the immune system, generates faster metabolism, hydrates, energizes and is all organic with no additives. Although some people think black water is strange we believe this sets the product apart from all other waters and will make it unique on the shelves.”

BLK is currently available online via amazon . It’s described as:

Our proprietary blend of fulvic acid (a derivative of plant matter) is mined from an 80 million year old source deep within the earth. Naturally black in color, the formula binds to the molecules of our pure Canadian spring water giving blk its signature black color, with no artificial dyes, coloring, or additives. Fulvic acid is critical in the growth of plant life, helping the transportation and absorption of nutrients. Fulvic acid’s small molecular structure allows for the fast absorption of over 77 different trace minerals and elements, powerful electrolytes, and antioxidants.

I think Albie had it right when he said that some people think black water is strange. Yep, I sure do. Just like I think purple or green ketchup, clear Pepsi, green milkshakes, black rice, black salt, blackjack tacos at Taco Bell, green beer, blue chips, green eggs, and pink butter are strange too.

wrong colored food : http://1000awesomethings.com/2010/03/24/542-wrong-colored-foods/

http://www.11points.com/Food-Drink/11_Strange,_and_Often_Wrong,_Colored_Foods_and_Drinks

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About maggie.

Maggie Barnes is a nonprofit and for profit business content specialist / social media consultant; and social sciences web writer interested in everything from psychology and sexuality, to technology, race, and economics. She is passionate about good communication and information accessibility.

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