Doulton Water Filters was delighted to take a highly visible role in this year's Exclusively Housewares exhibition to highlight the everyday benefits of drinking filtered water.

Adding a water filter to any home is a fantastic way to make an everyday change that will bring benefits year after year.

To drive that message home, Doulton Water Filters sponsored the refreshments across the venue for the duration of the Exclusively Housewares Show at the Business Design Centre, in London.

Running from June 12 to 13, Exclusively Housewares is the premier showcase for preparation, cook, serve and tableware in the UK.

With water playing a major part in food and drink preparation, Doulton Water Filters is committed to ensuring households can access the highest quality water direct from their kitchen tap, which in turn will enhance the quality of food and drink created using that water.

Make your favourite brew even tastier with filtered water

Head of European sales at Doulton Water Filters, Rolf Jackson, said: "Whether steaming vegetables, preparing a healthy soup, making coffee or tea, or dropping an ice cube into your favourite malt, the quality of the water used will have an impact on the end result.

"Doulton water filter will remove any bacteria as well as the disinfectant chlorine to take away the chemical taste often associated with tap water.

"The British public are huge fans of tea and coffee and by sponsoring the refreshments at Exclusively Housewares, Doulton Water Filters wanted to send a reminder that filtered water is the way to make your favourite brew even tastier!"

Doulton Water Filters manufactures a range of ceramic water filtration solutions from its base in Staffordshire.

Visitors to the show will be able to learn more about contemporary new products including the "filtadapt™" water filter, as well as the newly-launched premium Royal Doulton ELITE system.

Rolf added: "Doulton was delighted to take part in Exclusively Housewares 2018 and to sponsor the refreshments. We believe the exhibition presented a great chance to highlight the importance of investing in quality drinking water and the benefits that can bring to everyday living."

Daniel Berko