WASHINGTON, D.C. – November 8, 2018 – A new study finds that prices for bottled water are up 10 percent in November as Americans celebrate their annual holiday season.
The study, conducted by the University of Washington and the American Beverage Association, found that in November 2017, bottled water accounted for nearly $3 billion in U.S. sales, and a total of $5.7 billion in the U.K. and Canada.
The study also found that consumers spent $6.6 billion on water during November, a significant increase from the $4.4 billion spent during the same month last year.
It’s a bit of a shock to most, but that’s because we’re celebrating Thanksgiving.
In fact, the study found that people spent the most money on water in November because of the holiday.
And with Thanksgiving only just around the corner, consumers are paying more for it.
That’s not the case with wine, which, despite its popularity, isn’t a popular holiday drink.
Wine prices have been falling for years, but it’s still a little surprising.
One reason could be that holiday-related events have historically been the most expensive.
Last year, the average price of a bottle of wine in the United States was $2,200.
But the U-Haul truck that delivered a bottle to a friend in Washington state cost a whopping $2.5 million, while the cost of a gallon of gas went up $1,000.
And a truck that drove a delivery truck in Los Angeles to a California home cost $3,700.
There’s another factor at play here: Americans tend to prefer a little more flavor in their water.
That could be because we enjoy sweet, fruity drinks like apple pie, apple jelly, and vanilla ice cream.
A survey conducted by Beverage Digest in September found that 76 percent of consumers had experienced an adverse taste in the last six months from using a water bottle.
That’s compared to 57 percent of those who didn’t experience an adverse flavor.
And in November of last year, consumers were less likely to say that the bottle of water was the best thing in the house.
Only 36 percent of respondents said the bottle was the most important thing in their home, while 38 percent said the best way to drink it was to drink in a cup.
Overall, consumers spent an average of $2 per gallon last year on bottled water.
So how do you keep up with all of the new bottled water?
Haul company is using the Thanksgiving holiday as a springboard to bring customers a wide variety of bottles, bottles of water, and bottles of all kinds of different flavors.
For example, the company has just launched the first U-haul truck that carries a gallon-sized, full-service water cooler.
Beverage Digest also recently launched the “Vodka Day” event, in which it will provide the world’s most exclusive vodka, wine, and sake.
And on Thanksgiving Day, Beverage Daily will be offering a special bottle of bourbon for just $1.99 per glass, along with a bottle and a can of soda pop.