Data shows that more and more employers in Bulgaria provide water to their employees as part of their staff care policy*. However, there are also frequent forgeries made by unscrupulous manufacturers who bottle and offer water of unclear origin, thus abusing well-known brands and undermining consumer confidence.
This summer, patients of Acibadem City Clinic Tokuda Hospital in Sofia will benefit from free mineral and spring water distributed as part of a healthy hydration campaign, conducted in a partnership with the leader on the bottled water market in Bulgaria – DEVIN JSC. The initiative is specially developed with established Tokuda Hospital specialists aiming at encouraging water intake among patients and contributing to their health, tonus, prophylactic and recovery process in the hospital.
68% of Bulgarians admit they would like to lose weight in order to look in a good physical shape for the summer. Every fourth Bulgarian is not satisfied with his body, a recent survey conducted by Alfa Research in May 2017 among the urban population in Bulgaria shows.
Fear of obesity is a problem for ¾ of women and for over half of men in the country. Nearly 40% of women are worried about showing on the beach in swimsuits and generally want to improve their figure, while this percentage for men is only 17%.
Nearly 80% of Bulgarians would like to spend more time in the mountain. Pure air, tranquility and the ability to recharge from the everyday stress in the city are the main reasons that make urban people look for contact with nature, which is lacking for over 2/3 of Bulgarians, a recent study conducted by Alfa Research in March 2017 among urban population in Bulgaria shows.