Why does Comsumer Rights not name the Companys who use tap water and let the public decide by their shopping power. By simply naming those who use tap water, what harm is being done, they can hardly sue , if they have already admitted to Comsumer Rights that they are using tap water. This kind of Bureaucracy drives me nuts.
Someone in Consumer Rights should leak the info, excuse the pun.
Consumer Rights don't have to name these companies, the existing legislations means the labelling on bottled water is clear enough. If it's not classified on the label as a 'Natural Mineral Water' or 'Natural Spring Water', then, it's either filtered water from a standard well or from a public source (aka tap water).
LOL...what a disaster that was for coca cola. First the media found out the water was the peckham council water supply. Then they found a high level of bromide in the water. That was the end of Desani in the UK.
Be warned, Coca colas tap water in Ireland is sold as 'Riverrock'.
The FSAI said in its draft report on the safety of bottled natural mineral water, spring water and other waters in 2007 that 1 per cent of the waters surveyed had traces of E.coli and 6.3 per cent were found to contain coliforms. http://www.fsai.ie/details.aspx?id=3148