Why in the world should 500 milliliters of water travel around the world - at least 16,136 kilometers (10,000 miles) - to be sold in countries which have enough pure water?
I‘m adding to my post because maybe my point wasn’t so clear: think of the environmental costs: all of the energy required to transport this water 16,000 kilometers starting with the trucks moving from the bottler to the port, then across the oceans on freight ships then unloaded onto countless trucks which transport it on already over-crowded highways to stores. I consider it a collossal waste of precious resources to transport it over such a great distance to countries who already have enough sources of pure water.
Bottled water from the islands of Fiji available at my local grocery store in Germany for 1,79€. In order to take the photo this way I had to buy it, but I wouldn't buy it normally.