Where & how do you harvest the cactus fruit?

CALIWATER has formed a direct relationship with harvesters who safely, legally and fairly source the prickly pear cactus fruits in desert regions mainly in California. The cactus fruit is hand-picked from centuries old Opuntia cactus plants and harvest begins each year in the hottest months of late Summer. We've formulated our beverage with a 'Not From Concentrate Prickly Pear Puree' providing for an incredibly fresh experience that matches the taste of the fruit eaten right off the cactus.


Where do you manufacture Cactus Water?

Our production facility is a quick trip from our fields where the cactus is harvested so Caliwater is now both sourcing & manufacturing in our own back yard in California.


Why do people say the prickly pear cactus fruit has skin benefits?

The prickly pear cactus fruit is the only known plant to contain 24 of the known betalains, which are rare & potent antioxidants associated with skin revitalization. Betalains are polyphenolic pigments also found in beets. Nutritionist Franci Cohen says of Cactus Water: “It’s nutrient-rich and consists of high levels of phytochemicals and antioxidants, making it a potential essential weapon to ward off premature aging. It also has the unique ability to prevent moisture loss, a quality necessary for healthy, vibrant and youthful-looking skin.”


What does Cactus Water taste like?

Cactus Water has a refreshing, mellow berry taste that resembles a watermelon mixed with kiwi.


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