WTRMLN WTR (watermelon water) from World Waters, is appearing at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. WTRMLN WTR has partnered with The Snow Lodge pop-up located at Cisero’s on 306 Main Street, an experience crafted by the legendary Surf Lodge in Montauk for the week of the film festival. The Snow Lodge will be serving WTRMLN WTR by day and premier celebration cocktails by night.
WTRMLN WTR consists of raw watermelon and a drop of organic lemon juice. No added water, and no added sugar. WTRMLN WTR is cold-pressed and never heated with no additives, no preservatives, absolutely nothing artificial. The hot pink juicy beverage contains essential nutrients that support rapid hydration, perfect for a day on the slopes or to combat high altitude, says the company, which adds that WTRMLN WTR delivers nutritional benefits that fuel and rejuvenates the body. It is packed with electrolytes, vitamins, lycopene, anti-oxidants, magnesium, and iron. "It is great for post ski muscle recovery, après ski cocktails, and the perfect cure for the next morning hangover," says the company.
WTRMLN WTR will be serving and supporting the after party for the highly anticipated premiere of Fed Up, a documentary exposing the truth about the American Food industry. The mission of Fed Up is aligned with World Waters mission to educate people about how food is grown, manufactured and processed in an effort to shift how people make healthy lifestyle choices through access to information and clean nutrient-dense food and beverages such as WTRMLN WTR.