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“Eau Kulen” Celebrating 5 years in Cambodian market

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“Eau Kulen” Celebrating 5 years in Cambodian market

In 2010, there was no natural mineral water production in Cambodia. All natural mineral water available in the market was imported from other countries and often from very far overseas.

At the occasion of the celebration of  “Bastille Day”, the Khmer and French staff of KULARA WATER Co. Ltd. is delighted to celebrate the 5th year of presence on the Cambodian market of its “Eau Kulen” natural mineral water brand.

By developing “Eau Kulen” , the company is proud to improve the health of its increasing number of Khmer consumers and of having been part of Cambodia’s rapid development.

KULARA WATER Co., Ltd is always looking for ways to actively protect and support our environment.

Ongoing efforts, and another challenge, include planting and replanting of indigenous tree species on the Eau Kulen 40 hectares property as part of  a reforestation project carried out in cooperation with the AD Foundation for the Phnom Kulen program.

The company also initiate a “Bee Sanctuary” in view to preserve the native declining bees population as bees are the world’s most important pollinator of crop and play a crucial role in plant reproduction in natural and agricultural ecosystems including forests.

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