Greek Bottled Water-Perspectives & Business Opportunities
uring the last years Greek exports in the sector of bottled water (carbonated and non-carbonated bottled water) show a continuous rise. Each year the competition within the country is stressed more and more and bottled water is subject to a continuous improvement concerning its aesthetic and functional part.
Greek companies have invested millions of EUROs for the establishment of the most modern bottling plants in compliance with the requirements of the ISO quality assurance standards as well as the European Union's directions and specifications.
n addition, a continuous and methodical quality control of the water takes place during the bottling process. This quality control it is not limited only during the bottling process but also particular attention is given to the environment surrounding the spring area. That means the water is been protected and kept in a completely natural state without any traces of fertilizers or pesticides and other substances that can affect its purity.The packaging used by the Greek industries to bottle the water is designed in such way as to combine aesthetics with quality and functionality.
As a result, the continuous rising exports of bottled water are not coincidental.The exports of Greek bottled water are characterized by great variability regarding the destined countries. The largest importer of the Greek bottled water is Germany. Germany absorbs about 15% of the total exported quantities.
ther countries where significant amounts of Greek bottled water are exported are Australia, Cyprus, Israel, Russia and the Arab countries as a whole.The rising export trends are expected to continue in the years to come.The possibilities for Greek bottled water penetration to new markets are huge. The quality of Greek water and the new improved packaging can function as an assurance for achieving the best results.