With the relock revolution, the business wants to combat the threat of plastic pollution by producing 100% recyclable cans. VOLNAA, a beverage company, aims to introduce packaged drinking water in aluminum cans, making it safer for consumers to drink water on the go. With the relock revolution, the business intends to combat the threat of plastic pollution by producing cans that are 100 percent recyclable.
VOLNAA was created in 2020 by Kartik Rajput and Kushagra Sharma with the goal of bringing pure mineral water from the Himalayas with a pH of 7.9. “VOLNAA means waves, and we\'re using it to help India become plastic-free by providing natural mineral water in cans,” Sharma explained. He also stated that the goods may be moved from the shelf to the bins and back to the shelf in 60 days. “VOLNAA\'s 100 percent recyclable cans have a unique technology to relock the lids, giving packaged water a new form, from bottled water to canned water,” Rajput said. Some of the reasons why the bottled and packaged water business has seen growth in India include increasing health concerns and the unavailability of clean drinking water.
The bottled drinking industry is anticipated to expand at a 20.75 percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) from INR 160 billion in 2018 to INR 403.06 billion by the end of 2023. The market is expected to reach 35.53 billion liters by 2023, growing at an 18.25 percent CAGR from 2018 to 2023.
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