Better for the planet

The prickly pear cactus, one of the most drought resistant crops. Where water scarcity is a significant concern. It can thrive in nearly all conditions and climates, with minimal need of water. Making it an outstanding source of nutrients in our fast paced world where we face water shortages.

The Most Drought-Resistant Crop

A staggering 70% of global freshwater is consumed by agriculture, while only 16% directly serves human needs. The prickly pear cactus sets a new standard for water efficiency. It grows without the need for irrigation, flourishing where other plants would struggle. Moreover, its minimal requirements for fertilisers and pesticides reduce environmental impact. When compared to water-intensive crops like those used for coconut water and orange juice, the prickly pear cactus stands out for its eco-friendly cultivation.


A Vital Crop For The Future

In the face of climate change, the prickly pear cactus exhibits extraordinary resilience. It withstands high temperatures and adapts to changing environmental conditions, making it a vital crop for the future. As the world seeks sustainable solutions to feed its population amidst changing climates, the prickly pear cactus emerges as a champion of adaptability and endurance.

Beyond its environmental resilience, the prickly pear cactus plays a crucial role in supporting biodiversity. Its cultivation contributes to maintaining the ecological balance in arid regions. It prevents soil erosion and provides a haven for diverse wildlife, offering shelter and sustenance. The nopal cactus, as it's also known, thus becomes a keystone species in these ecosystems, supporting life and promoting biodiversity.

Fighting the water crisis one bottle at a time

2.4 billion people lack access to clean water.

We want to contribute to this cause.

Not only did we source natures best, but 10% of our profit goes towards building wells in developing countries.

Our objective is to build 25 wells in 2024, helping thousands of families.