Sort of. Although water itself cannot rot or "expire", over time a plastic bottle will leach hydrocarbons into the water (especially if the bottle is exposed to head or light). This will first make the water taste bad, and eventually render it undrinkable. Water bottled in glass will not have these problems.
yes but it would actually take a very long time to become undrinkable. If the bottle is unopened and the water pure it can stay drinkable for many years. The makers of bottled water have to add an expiry date by law, but in reality it's not really needed.
Yes it can, if bacteria gets inside the water.
Please grab the bottled water in the fridge!=Do not let the bottled water go to waste. The bottled water in the pantry is Aquafinas, not Zephyrhills. =P Lolz..=
Bottled water is water in a bottle. Sometimes it's chlorinated, or some water that has been treated by either reverse osmosis or other ways. Supposedly it suppose to be healthier water, but in all truth... you remove all the bacteria, you lower your immunity. Ever notice that water IN water bottles EXPIRES? Natural water doesn't expire.
Bottled water, like any other water, is still H20.
Charles Pinth invented bottled water in 1813. Dasani and Aquafina are 2 of the most popular brands of bottled water.
They made bottled water so that people can have portable water wherever they go.
Bottled water that is purified would be best.
Actually tap water is more regulated and pure than bottled water
Mineral water has minerals in it but spring water dosent.
Bottled water is not necessarily soft water. Much of the bottled water sold in stores is plain tap water, some is from springs containing various minerals in solution, and some is distilled water.
no bottled water