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Carbon dioxide that cannot be found on the market: “Stop producing sparkling water”

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Carbon dioxide that cannot be found on the market: “Stop producing sparkling water”

Rome, 6 July 2022 – Thecarbon dioxide becomes unavailable on the market and stops the production of carbonated products. Sant’Anna water sounds the alarm: the Co2 for food products it has become a scarce resource and endangers the production of sparkling water. European leader of low mineral content waters with one and a half billion bottles produced per year, Acqua Sant’Anna has thus decided to stop the production lines of all products that involve the use of Co2including of course sparkling water.

“The Co2 it is nowhere to be found and all our competitors are in the same situation too – he confesses Alberto Bertone, president and CEO of Acqua Sant’Anna, the Vinadio company in the Cuneo area -. We are desperate, it is another very serious problem that is added to the record increases in the price of raw materials and the drought that is impoverishing the sources “.

But why on the market the companies that work the mineral waters can’t find carbon dioxide anymore? “Co2 companies – continues Alberto Bertone – explain to us that they prefer to allocate production to the health care“.

The difficulty in finding thecarbon dioxide for food had already presented itself at the end of last year “but we were able to stop what is coming back in these days in the form of a real emergency, which affects all European producers – underlines Bertone -. Co2 they explain to us that they prefer to allocate production to the healthcare sector, we would be willing to pay more for it even if it was already very expensive but there was no way of making our suppliers change their mind “.

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The risk for sparkling water lovers is now well present on the horizon: “Thus – concludes Bertone – sparkling water risks running out: once the stocks in the supermarkets and discount stores are finished, there will be no more bottles for sale. “.

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