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Biggest Loser and Brita’s Filter For Good Partner for Season 8

brita filter for goodOnce again, you’ll see Biggest Loser contestants staying well-hydrated on campus, but not with disposable water bottles. For several seasons the contestants have relied on a partnership with Brita’s Filter For Good program to help them hydrate and save the planet.

All contestants, trainers, and other Biggest Loser staff receive Filter For Good Nalgene bottles (BPA-Free!) and keep those filled with refreshing water via Brita pitchers and faucet mounts found throughout the house and gym. This helps the campus save literally tens of thousands of bottles of waters each season, and prevent all that waste from hitting our landfills.

They also keep the filters from going to waste through a partnership with Preserve, which recycles the filters for creating things like toothbrushes and cutting boards.

All this season, DietsInReview.com and Brita are offering you a chance to get a Brita pitcher and a Filter For Good bottle of your own. One Biggest Loser Newsletter subscriber will be chosen each Thursday to receive a pitcher and bottle, plus weekly updates from Biggest Loser including:brita green pitcher

  • Episode recaps by Biggest Loser 7′s Mike Morelli
  • Exclusive elimination interviews
  • Biggest Loser recipes
  • And much more!

While they won’t be used on campus, this year Brita has introduced a new green pitcher, which will brighten any refrigerator as you stay hydrated and go a little greener.

August 27th, 2009

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Lisa Clark

This would be awesome to win, Water has to taste just right.

posted Sep 21st, 2011 3:41 pm


Barbara Cygan

Winning this would be great as city water does taste the best. Have to buy bottle water that would save in cost.

posted Sep 6th, 2009 1:03 pm


sarah oswald

i drink water alot, this would be great to win,

posted Sep 2nd, 2009 2:55 pm



   
 

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