‘Tonic Water’ for Kids: How to Make Your Own Bottled Water from Bottled Rocks

By Lauren Pascale, The Washington PostFood and beverage giant PepsiCo announced a new line of bottled water products, which it calls the Tonic Water for Kids.

They’re basically water softeners for toddlers and children, which is pretty much the exact same thing as water.

I suppose the product description says it’s “a healthier alternative to regular tap water.”

The packaging is a little confusing, but there’s a bottle with a clear lid, and on the label, there’s the word “Tonic.”

So, basically, it’s a water softener for kids.

But is it really water?

Here are the main points to keep in mind about Tonic:Tonic water is made from tap water, which contains minerals like calcium and magnesium.

It’s generally considered safe to drink because it’s made from water and has a high level of water.

Tonic is generally made with water that’s been treated with sodium hydroxide, which has been shown to help prevent dental decay.

However, it can also cause a reaction with the bacteria that causes food poisoning in children.

Some products containing Tonic contain added ingredients such as baking soda, citric acid, sodium benzoate, sodium chloride, sodium bicarbonate, and sodium lauryl sulfate.

It can also be added to foods and drinks that contain sugar.

For example, the Toner of the Month for January is Coca-Cola’s Tonic water.

But the product is a lot more than that.

According to PepsiCo, Tonic is a natural alternative to tap water.

The company says it has a history of using tap water for years, and is committed to making Tonic a safe, nutritious, and environmentally responsible product.

The Tonic brand is part of PepsiCo’s growing list of brands that it’s releasing to kids, and the company says that’s part of its mission.

In fact, PepsiCo says it hopes the Tonics will be available in every school in the country by 2020.

But it’s not just about drinking Tonic.

PepsiCo also has a “Taste for the Land” campaign that will “embrace the flavors of the land and the landscape,” which will be “exactly the type of environmental impact that is most important to us.”

In addition to using tapwater, PepsiCare says it uses “healthy ingredients” like coconut oil, palm oil, and sunflower oil.

The “Tecos and Tequila” and “Coca-Cola” brands are also on the company’s list of ingredients, as are “the organic, natural, and non-GMO products and beverages that have been identified by PepsiCo to help sustainably reduce the carbon footprint of their supply chains.”