By the time you’ve finished the rest of the week, you might want to stop, you know, drinking crystal-water outdoors.
That’s because, according to the American Beverage Association, the consumption of water from crystal-bottle-sized water bottles has risen by over 30 percent since 2003.
And that trend isn’t confined to the U.S., where sales of water bottles doubled over the same period.
But the amount of water that’s being consumed in countries like Russia, Brazil, India and China is more than doubling every year, according the ABA.
That trend isn’s likely linked to the popularity of flavored water bottles that include flavors like cherry, blueberry, lime and raspberry, among others.
According to the AEA, sales of flavored products in Russia jumped by nearly 80 percent from 2002 to 2016.
In China, the amount sold in flavored water increased by over 50 percent during that time.
The popularity of water-bottling flavored products, like watermelon, cranberry, raspberry and strawberry, has been increasing worldwide.
According the AHA, the popularity in China alone reached nearly 40 million units last year.
The ABA estimates that sales of bottled water are up by more than 5 million units since 2013.
The group points to the rise in water-drinking as one of the reasons for the recent increase in sales in China.
In Russia, water-related brands have also grown in popularity.
Russian vodka sales increased by nearly 400 percent between 2003 and 2016.
That increase in popularity is partly due to a variety of reasons.
Some brands, like the popular Vodka Vodka brand, have been sold in China for years, while others, like Chateau Chateauneuf-du-Pape, are newer brands that are marketed to Chinese consumers.
Other popular water-based products include water-free water and water-powered ice machines, according TOBIS, a global market research firm.
According TOBIN, water power sales have more than doubled between 2015 and 2016, from $2.1 billion to $4.3 billion.
And water-saver appliances are gaining popularity as well, including water mugs, ice makers, water dispensers, fountains, water cooling systems and coolers.
As of March 2017, the average price of water in the U:U.S. was $1.33 per liter, which is up by almost 7 percent from 2016.
And there are a lot of water products out there that are made with artificial ingredients like artificial sweeteners, sodium carbonate, citric acid, artificial flavors and flavorings.
In the past, people often used bottled water to enjoy water.
Now, they are opting to drink it out of a water bottle.
And the majority of water drinkers are women, according ToBIN.
ABA says there’s also been an increase in water bottling in the past five years.
As the amount used in bottled water has increased, so has the number of consumers who are using bottled water.
The average amount of bottled-water consumption has grown from 6.2 million gallons in 2014 to 8.7 million gallons by 2019, according data from Nielsen.