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H2o Promotes “Driver-Safe” Wine-Themed Party Refreshment

The scorching summer weather tempts us to desire refreshing food and beverages. Interestingly, consuming cold drinks aids our bodies in combating the summer heat.

Partaking in drinking sessions during the summer is inevitable. However, there are ways to savor the season without becoming intoxicated.

Consider summer as an opportunity to connect with loved ones. Instead of alcohol, create non-alcoholic beverages by experimenting with various fruit combinations that are perfect for staying cool in hot weather.

H2o is the first-to-market wine-infused soft seltzer. It remains the market leader in its pioneering new category of zero-alcohol wine-themed refreshments. H2o is designed for health- and safety-conscious drinkers who wish to enjoy the intensely-flavored grape varietals traditionally reserved...

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Dry March - Going Dry On Alcohol Made Easier With H2o 0.0% Alc.



If you're looking to kickstart a healthier lifestyle after indulging in food and drink over the recent holiday season, H2o 0.0% Alc. has a solution. We're launching a Dry March campaign at the winery in Sonoma, inspired by the popular trend of Dry January, where consumers give up alcohol for a month.

But going dry doesn't have to mean giving up fun - H2o 0.0% Alc. is partnering with local fitness instructors and a winery chef to curate a virtual activity to enjoy with a can of sparkling H2o 0.0% Alc.  We want to help people adopt a more balanced lifestyle without sacrificing enjoyment. Georgos...

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Zero-alcohol challenge: Goodbye Dry January, hello Dry February

In mid-January, the Centre on Substance Use and Addiction released the latest update on Alcohol and Health. 

February marks the end of Dry January, and some of you who participated in it might return to enjoying their two standard alcoholic drinks. 

The new guidelines advise drinkers to limit their alcohol consumption to two drinks per week, a drastic decrease from the 2011 standards.

Similarly, a recent Cancer Society report found that that 42 per cent of alcohol-consuming people are drinking it at a level that comes with serious health risks. 

Although Dry January is...

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