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Drink ujë, not aqua

Order a bottle of mineral water with your meal, and chances are that you'll get sparkling water that was shipped all the way from France, Italy or further away – usually at a high price for both the environment and the diner's wallet.
All this while Albania has excellent and abundant mineral water, and several good brands such as Glina and Tepelena are on the market.
Join TIYP in asking restaurant managers to have at least one local brand of mineral water on the menu so patrons have the choice. The Albanian economy needs all the support it can get, and this will help in a small way.

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  • Katerina - Tirana, Albania 08 June 2010
    I totally agree and support this. We want Albanian products. Spring is the perfect one :)

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