Rambler Sparkling Water, the first and only sparkling water that is Texas limestone filtered, has donated seven pallets (700 cases  or 16,800 cans) of product to the Central Texas Food Bank in an effort to help those who need it most in this trying time.

“Rambler Sparkling Water is proud to support the Central Texas Food Bank in their noble efforts to supply the Austin Independent School District mobile food pantry sites with food and water during this difficult time for our community,” said James Moody, CEO of Rambler.

The Central Texas Food Bank works with donors across the country, financial supporters and volunteers to fill unmet needs in Central Texas. This commitment from private, government and charitable partners allowed the organization to bring 52 million meals to Central Texans in need last year through its network of distribution partners and mobile food pantries. With this latest effort from Rambler, the goal is to help hydrate Central Texans through the brand’s largest product donation in its two year history.

“We’re so grateful to Rambler Sparkling Water for this donation during such a critical time for Central Texans,” said Derrick Chubbs, president and CEO of the Central Texas Food Bank. “The Coronavirus pandemic has a lot more people turning to us for help and our resources are being strained to the limit. Donations like this can help us make a real difference in the lives of our neighbors in need.”

Rambler Sparkling Water is sustainably sourced and uses a simple purification process of isolating and removing impurities through Texas limestone filtration. Then, the water is remineralized for character, leaving only the positive characteristics that define great drinking water. The package design reflects the brand’s pride in its Texas roots, as it is inspired by great watering holes of this state. This inspiration can also be seen in the company’s ongoing philanthropic efforts as it is the only sparkling water on the market that gives back to Texas Parks & Wildlife Foundation, through an annual donation, helping protect Texas’ natural areas for future generations. Rambler also has a continuous partnership with Texas Monthly to serve the one-of-a-kind water at the National Magazine of Texas’ signature events. Through its commitment to these essential Texas organizations, Rambler is committed to serving Texans and the community at large, one can of water at a time.

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