Drink up! 

According to an “urgent news release” issued by the company, Ozarka was erroneously identified on a “damning report on bottled water labeling and source practices” in which the Environmental Working Group gave Ozarka Water a D grade.

Here’s the problem, says Oklahoma City’s Ozarka: The EWG cited the Nestlé brand Ozarka Water, which is not the same thing. Besides, it’s owned by the Swiss! “While the two companies share the same brand name,” our Ozarka’s release stated, “they are two entirely different companies with different water sources, standards, practices, and products.”

So, to sum up: Oklahoma Ozarka = good; Nestlé Ozarka = eh, they should stick to chocolate. We at CFN can understand the TV station’s confusion: The two companies’ waters are both transparent and liquidy.

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