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Key2 Fresh Water Brings Eco-Friendly Naturizzata(R) Water Systems to Canada

POINTE CLAIRE, QUEBEC -- (Marketwired) -- 07/28/14 -- Editors Note: There is a photo associated with this Press Release.

Key2 Fresh Water Corp has partnered with SIDEA Italia to bring the Naturizzata® water system to Canada, creating an exciting partnership aimed at changing the Canadian water industry by providing better alternatives too existing solutions.

The goal is a lofty one; changing the water industry as we aim to provide a better alternative to today's drinking water climate in Canada with our eco-friendly naturalization systems, our goal is to bring Canadians the best drinking water solution available for their offices, retail outlets and hospitality establishments.

Together with SIDEA Italia (who have spent over 40 years perfecting their water systems with patented UV technology), we are excited to bring this fantastic Naturizzata® Still and Sparking eco-friendly water system to the Canadian market place. These amazing systems are perfect for restaurants, health clubs, offices and everything in between.

The patented Naturizzatore® system ensures that all the natural minerals found in live water are retained, and all unnatural substances (including bacteria) are eliminated through patented filtration, purification and UV technology. The result, the purest, healthiest, freshest and most eco-friendly water on the planet!

Key2 Fresh Water Corp President and CEO, Desmond Perkins is thrilled with the countless possibilities of this new partnership, "We were looking for a solution for our customers to enable them to achieve their goals of offering a greener table to their guests while enhancing their guests' dining experience. This system also mirrors their buy local initiatives, which is now expected by their clients."

"It is not surprising to anyone that since Tuscany produces some of the finest wines in the world, that through SIDEA Italia, they have also created the finest Still & Sparkling water systems available today. This along with their less than drink local philosophygreater than has created a great opportunity for Canadian hospitality and businesses to engage their guests and team members with a healthy and greener water solution.

With mounting concerns about bottled water and how it is affecting not only the health of Canadians and their families, but the impact it has on our environment, we are excited and proud of the fact that not only are there no additives, preservatives or sodium added to Naturizzata® water, but this system is also incredibly green.

Andrea Tavanti, CEO of Sidea Italia believes this move is a giant step forward for the water industry in Canada.

"Finding a Canadian partner was not a simple task, it was essential to find a company who shared the same passion for health, the environment and the future of the water industry that we have here at Sidea Italia," said Tavanti. "Key2 Fresh Water is a perfect fit for us, their belief and commitment to striving for a cleaner environment and reducing the carbon footprint in the water industry is just what we are looking for in a partner."

Leading the way for a greener tomorrow, businesses like The Ritz Carlton Montreal, The Delta Kingston and BMW West Island have already taken the initiative to switch to the Naturizzata water system, offering their guests and clients a healthier, greener solution.

Key2 Fresh Water is a Canadian company based in Pointe Claire, Quebec, Canada

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