Naturally Refreshing Waters

Got H2O fatigue? These all-natural flavored waters make staying hydrated a little more exciting. With summer heat and humidity at its worst, you probably feel like you’re drinking water nonstop.

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Something in the water | 03.07.2018

Although Tickle Water began as a beverage for children to have a tasty option aside from high-sugar, high-calorie juices and sodas, the company is extending its appeal to young adults

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Tickle Water – The Story

Tickle Water is the first unsweetened sparkler in the market for kids and is getting children drinking more water and less sugary beverages. Founder Heather McDowell created a clean sparkling

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What a $4.5K ticket to Goop’s health summit really buys

At this past weekend’s In Goop Health summit, devotees of Gwyneth Paltrow’s cosmic wellness brand traveled from as far as Cleveland and San Francisco — and shelled out between $650

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6 Refreshing, Healthy Ways to Satisfy Soda Cravings

Just in time for those New Year’s resolutions. Tickle Water
 Created with kids in mind, these subtly sweet sparklers were a hit with grown-up editors as well. The cute cans

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Women in Business Q&A: Heather McDowell, Founder and CEO, Tickle Water

Heather McDowell is the founder and CEO of Tickle Water, a brand of naturally flavored sparkling water designed for kids. A New York-based entrepreneur, Heather launched the company to provide

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Going Beyond Mom: How to Activate Your Mind, Body & Business After Baby

  We are so proud! Our CEO Heather McDowell is interviewed in the new ebook “Going Beyond Mom”. “Going Beyond Mom” is a book born out of the popular website Beyond Mom, Randi’s book

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July’s Industry Insights: Heather McDowell, Tickle Water

The Main Course sat down with Heather McDowell, co-founder and CEO of Tickle Water, one of our newest exhibitors from the 2017 International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York to learn more

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Tickle Water branches out into the adult market | 08.25.2017

US – The premium sparkling water company Tickle Water is diversifying its offering after noticing that adults were using its zero-sugar products as alcoholic mixers. Tickle Water will be sold

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