MIAMI — Waterdrop, a sustainability-focused hydration brand originating in Austria, is expanding to the United States. The company offers a line of compact, dissolvable cubes that add flavor and vitamins to water.

The cubes, called “microdrinks,” are sugar-free, low-calorie and formulated with botanical extracts. Each microdrink uses 98% less plastic and carbon dioxide emissions than a standard bottle of water, according to the company. Varieties include Focus, which has vitamins C, B1 and B5, plus lime, acerola and green coffee; Love, with vitamins B6 and C, thiamin, potassium, pomegranate, goji berry and acerola; Glow, featuring vitamins B1, E and C, mango, cactus fruit and artichoke; Boost, with vitamins B6, B12 and C, plus blackcurrant, elderflower and acai; Youth, which has vitamins C, B12 and B3, peach, ginger, ginseng and aloe vera; and Zen, with vitamins B1, C and biotin, star fruit, thyme and lemongrass. The company also…

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