Bisleri, Aquafina, Dasani, Evian and Aqua, Nestle Pure Life and Pellegrino were named in the study

MUMBAI: A study by scientists from the State University of New York has found that more than 90% of bottled water worldwide, including India, contains tiny pieces of plastic.

Junior consumer affairs minister reveals 224 of 743 bottles tested by FSSAI contained impurities; action against 131 manufacturers taken

Over 25 per cent food samples, collected from January to May, failed the test under the Food Safety and Standards Act.

Contaminants found in samples ranging from milk to spices to packaged water

Packaged drinking water may not always be your safest bet, going by a random survey conducted by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Detected In Samples Collected From Plants In Jalna, Parbhani

London: Finished drinking your bottle of water? Now eat it! A design student in the UK has developed an edible bottle that could rid the world of excess plastic waste.

कोल्ड ड्रिंक्स और मार्केट में मिलने वाले पानी की बोतल का इस्तेमाल आदमी को बीमार बना सकता है। जिन बोतल को दोबारा इस्तेमाल फ्रिज में पानी भरकर पीने के लिए किया जाता है, वह सेहत के लिए नुकसानदेह है। र

The consumption of bottled water in India has shown a jump of 21 per cent in the last fiscal but the country is still far behind as compared to global average, according to a research recently conducted by leading marketing firm IKON.

The per capita consumption of bottled water in India was at 16.20 litres during 2010-11 and jumped almost 21 per cent to 19.60 litres in 2011-12, IKON said in its report 'The Indian bottled water market, unveiling its thirst'.