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Within its depths, Finland conceals the most unique ground and spring waters. Filtered through the secluded nature, through untouched soil, these sources produce the best natural water for us to drink. Our part is to bottle the water with expertise, respect and utmost care.

Olvi

Olvi is a Finnish multi-beverage company, offering enjoyment to consumers in the form of beverages since 1878. Our close relationship with the surrounding nature and our values derived from the Nordic lifestyle define us as a company. We are proud to be Finnish.

Premium quality

Finland has the cleanest water on Earth, according to UNESCO´s global study (122 countries). Because of Olvi´s unique northern location, we have access to pristine natural water found in the surrounding Finnish nature. The water is of premium quality due to its natural balance of minerals which creates the smooth and fresh taste, naturally refreshing for your well-being.

Quality approved

Olvi Moomin Water is quality approved and complies with all legal regulations and requirements on the production of foodstuffs and beverages in Finland and European Union.

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Campaign

Olvi will donate 2 euro cents per
litre sold to support Oxfam’s
life-changing water projects
around the world.

Read more: Water for All

Purity, 10, at a tap connected to an Oxfam solar piped water system in Zimbabwe Credit: Aurelie Marrier D’Unienville / Oxfam
Credit: Aurelie Marrier D’Unienville / Oxfam

Oxfam’s work with water

With clean water on tap, food can grow, disease can be defeated, and people can thrive. Oxfam acts quickly when disasters strike to provide access to safe water, toilet facilities, and advice about good hygiene to help prevent the spread of disease.

Children participate in a demonstration on good hygiene and handwashing in the aftermath of a powerful earthquake in 2018, in Sulawesi, Indonesia. Credit: Rosa Panggabean / Oxfam
Credit: Rosa Panggabean / Oxfam

Water can be truly life-changing, helping to kickstart farming through irrigation – fighting famine and helping people earn a living. Access to water close to home also frees up time that women and girls spend walking to fetch water, for them to use for things like earning an income and taking part in community activities.

Statistics:

  • 2.2 billion people do not have access to clean water at home
  • 800 children under 5 die every day from diarrhoea, caused by drinking dirty water
  • 2.3 billion people lack access to basic facilities like toilets

Contact us

www.oxfam.org
www.olvi.fi
www.moomin.com