Mananalu Water by Jason Momoa Isn't What You Think

Mananalu Water by Hawaii’s Jason Momoa Isn’t What You Think

Not from Hawaii is clearly indicated. But there’s other controversy related to cost, recycling, safety, environmental impact, and more. 

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33 thoughts on “Mananalu Water by Hawaii’s Jason Momoa Isn’t What You Think”

  1. Aloha. Purchased a can of Mananalu purified water while visiting granddaughter in Oahu. Enjoyed the convenience and size of the refillable aluminum can. Brought it home to the mainland, us my souvenir can daily. Mahalo. Suzanne H.

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