Kristal, Malta’s popular table water, will be on display in a World Water Museum to open in Japan soon.
Kristal was first produced in Malta by The General Soft Drinks Co. Ltd (GSD) back in 1988 and was subsequently acquired by The Coca-Cola Company - represented in Malta by GSD - in 2009.
Thanks to its unique taste and popularity, Kristal will sit alongside over 1,000 other bottled water brands from all over the world at the World Water Museum. This museum is currently being set up by Japanese company NAC who is currently in the process of sourcing and collecting different water brands from around the world. GSD has been requested to supply the museum with Kristal’s 0.5-litre and 2-litre still water packages and with of its, 1-litre still and sparkling water.
“We feel honoured to have a local Maltese water showcased along other brands from all over the world,” said GSD’s Chief Operating Officer Maria Micallef. “This does not only make Malta proud, but as a company we are extremely pleased that the Kristal brand, which has been acknowledged for its quality by The Coca-Cola Company, will now get international exposure.”