Viral Video: Why Buying Bottled Water Doesn’t Make Sense

For the same price as a bottle of water, you can get roughly 6,000 glasses of tap water. So why do we buy it?

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A man refreshes with a drink of water from a bottle. (credit: SAEED KHAN/AFP/Getty Images)

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