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(E) Jana in New York, go get it
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  10/1/2005 | Croatian Cuisine | Unrated
(E) Jana in New York, go get it




Scientists have confirmed that Jana natural artesian water began its long journey from the surface to a depth of 2500 feet well over 3,000 years ago. Jana Water is bottled at the source at an underground depth of 2500 feet in the picturesque Croatian village of Saint Jana, nearby the Adriatic Sea. Croatia, a country known for its water has the largest supply of drinking water in all of Europe. Croatia has more than 1000 islands, situated along the coast of the Adriatic Sea, many lakes surrounded with lush forests, and many more hidden natural treasures.

About the Agrokor Group:

Creative Enterprises International, Inc. has entered into an exclusive long-term manufacturing and distribution agreement with the
Jamnica ("JANA") division of the Agrokor Group. Jamnica has also agreed to a reciprocal distribution and sales of Jana Skinny
Water™ to their customers throughout the European Union (EU).

Jamnica is the largest manufacturer and distributor of bottled water [ 300 million liters annual production ] in all of Southeast Europe maintaining a very successful 175 year tradition! Jamnica's parent corporation, Agrokor Group, is a 2.5 billion Euro food and beverage company and represents the largest corporation in all of Southeast Europe.

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