Beverage, Health & Wellness, Fitness, Sustainability, Sports
|Press Contact||Kate Weiler|
Drink Simple harnesses the natural power of trees to create clean, delicious maple waters enhanced with natural biological benefits and imbued with some magic from Mother Nature. In a world where so many products are filled with additives and artificial ingredients, they are proud to tap refreshment directly from nature to help people thrive naturally. Drink Simple's products are all free of artificial colors or flavors, hyper-sweeteners, high fructose corn syrup, added refined sugar and GMO ingredients.
Maple water is the sap water tapped from maple trees. It is naturally full of nutrients such as antioxidants, minerals, polyphenols and prebiotics. It takes 40 gallons of maple water to make one gallon of syrup. Maple water is naturally very refreshing and hydrating, faster hydrating than plain water and has 1/2 the sugar of coconut water. Harvesting maple water is a very sustainable practice and the practice is contributing to preserving North American forests by providing economic incentive for land owners and farmers to keep the trees standing versus chopping them down for real estate or timber. Maple Forests being saved are providing clean air, mitigate climate change and provide a habitat for thousands of plants and animals.
As dedicated triathletes, Kate and Jeff, the founders of Drink Simple were continually disappointed by drinks that were either loaded with sugar, faux-healthy sweeteners or devoid of taste. After discovering maple water, they were transformed by their first sip and inspired to bottle this ultra-hydrating and delicious water tapped from maple trees. Naturally full of antioxidants, electrolytes and prebiotics, they're excited to share Drink Simple, a beverage perfected in a tree and not in a factory. It is imbued with a bit of Mother Nature’s magic to empower a healthy mind, body and soul.
Kate Weiler is the co-founder & CEO of Drink Simple. Kate has a BA from Colby College, a Masters of Science in Nutrition from Northeastern University and a Certificate in Holistic Health from Institute for Integrative Nutrition. She was the co-author of Real Fit Kitchen with Tara Mardigan, the former nutritionist for the Red Sox. Kate is an Ironman triathlete who has completed 13 full distance Ironman races including the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii. She is on a mission to help people feel their best and thrive naturally.