Celebrities and influencers from across the country gathered for a wellness event in London as SodaStream, the world’s leading sparkling water brand, launched My Only Bottle, the brand’s latest reusable bottle to combat single-use plastic.
Former Love Island contestant and fitness instructor Gabby Allen was amongst the attendees, while blogger Tessa Kelly, Rhiannon Lambert of Rhitrition – London’s Leading Private Nutrition Clinic – and Made in Chelsea’s Melissa Tattam and Harry Baron also made appearances.
Taking place on the hottest day of the year so far, the event was well-attended, with over forty wellbeing and lifestyle influencers taking part in a yoga class led by Annie Clarke, the founder of Mind Body Bowl.
The launch of My Only Bottle is SodaStream’s latest initiative to boost its environmental credentials, with each bottle kit containing the brand’s first UV resistant, dishwasher-friendly reusable bottle, a jute bag, and metal straw. On average, a SodaStream machine can save UK households up to 1,282 plastic bottles per year – and the My Only Bottle kit is seen as an extension of this potential environmental saving.
And just last month, the multi-national company celebrated National Refill Day by partnering up with Refill, the award-winning initiative run by community interest company, City To Sea, to tackle plastic pollution and waste.
Last night’s event was held at Sunbeam Studios in Ladbroke Grove and was delivered by national PR and communications consultancy, JBP.
For more details on the My Only Bottle kit, or to purchase one of your own, please visit: sodastream.co.uk/MOB