As the number-one premium bottled water brand in the United States, FIJI Water is beloved for its soft taste, unique mineral profile, and iconic square shape. FIJI Water comes from an ancient aquifer deep within the earth on the island of Viti Levu, where it is protected and preserved
from external impurities and remains untouched by man – until you unscrew the cap. That’s why we are so deeply committed to ensuring that Fiji’s unique ecosystem, and the people who call this beautiful place home, continue to thrive for generations to come.
The island nation of Fiji is a cluster of green isles set in the endless blue of the Pacific. Far from pollution. Far from acid rain. Far from industrial waste. The distance and isolation is part of what makes FIJI water unique in taste than other bottled waters.
FIJI Water comes from the Yaqara aquifer, which was an active volcano millions of years ago. The volcano became extinct and over time built up layers of rock and sediment in its collapsed caldera, forming a perfect natural vault to protect and store water from the elements above. Soon thereafter tropical rainfalls soaked through these sedimentary strata to fill the aquifer below.
As FIJI Water naturally filtered through volcanic rock, it picked up traces of silica and other essential minerals, contributing to its distinctly soft, smooth mouthfeel.
Without the rainforest, without a sustainable ecosystem, and without Fiji, FIJI Water wouldn’t exist. We have a deep, vested interest in protecting this magnificent place.
Through the FIJI Water Foundation, we provide clean water access to rural communities; build educational facilities and infrastructure that benefit communities; and provide access to healthcare services. And in times of crisis, the Foundation offers disaster relief during floods and severe weather events that frequently impact the islands.
Since 2007, we have worked closely with Conservation International to preserve the purity and biological wealth of the Fijian islands including reforesting the Nakauvadra Range and protecting the Sovi Basin, the largest remaining lowland rainforest in Fiji.