The low sodium bottled water brand, myna, is proudly sourced and bottled in Bahrain. Here’s why this water is the right choice for health-conscious consumers.
The Kingdom of Bahrain, also known as the ‘land of two seas’, has been renowned for its natural water sources for centuries. In the past, the local population collected water from numerous springs scattered across the island. Today, Ahmed Mansoor Al-A’ali Co. (AMA Group) is bringing back this ancient tradition by making fresh, natural water accessible to everyone in the Kingdom through their brand, myna. The name ‘myna’ is derived from Arabic, translating to ‘our water’, emphasising the company’s commitment to providing a product that is true to the island’s culture and heritage.
myna, a low sodium bottled water, is the natural choice for health-conscious consumers. Derived from a natural water source deep beneath the island, myna is bottled in a state-of-the-art facility with a low sodium mineral balance that is ideal for Bahrain’s environment. The result is a refreshing and healthy premium brand of mineral water that truly is ‘the natural choice of Bahrain’.
AMA Group understand that when it comes to water, it’s not just about purity. That’s why they have taken it a step further by ensuring their laboratories are equipped with advanced equipment and personnel trained to ensure their water meets the highest WHO and GSO standards.
myna is proudly the official water partner for Ironman 70.3 Bahrain, Bahrain Road Runners, Bahrain Triathlon Association, and various other local communities as part of a joint commitment to a healthy lifestyle for the residents of Bahrain.
Ahmed Mansoor Al-A’ali Co. has been a leading multidisciplinary company in the Kingdom of Bahrain since 1940. Their portfolio includes construction, manufacturing, structural steel fabrication, trading, marine and petrochemical maintenance, and real estate. Their focus on quality, innovation, and customer satisfaction has made them a trusted and respected name across the Kingdom of Bahrain and the region.