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An iceberg floats near Bonavista in the early morning of July 7, 2019 in Newfoundland, Canada. - Iceberg water, considered pure, is now marketing for a unique sector of high-end products. "We are trying to target the niche market for healthy foods and products," says former fisherman Edward Kean, an iceberg hunter. For 20 years, he has been cruising the North Atlantic aboard his fishing boat to retrieve chunks of ice to melt and sell the water to local traders. Customers include manufacturers of vodka, cider, liquor, beer, cosmetics, but also companies that bottle water. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)
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An employee of Auk Island Winery reaches for bottles of icebergs berry wines in the souvenir shop on July 2, 2019 in Twillingate, Newfoundland, Canada. The winery produces wines made from Newfoundland berries, fruits and some specialty wines using iceberg water. - Iceberg water, considered pure, is now marketing for a unique sector of high-end products. "We are trying to target the niche market for healthy foods and products," says former fisherman Edward Kean, an iceberg hunter. For 20 years, he has been cruising the North Atlantic aboard his fishing boat to retrieve chunks of ice to melt and sell the water to local traders. Customers include manufacturers of vodka, cider, liquor, beer, cosmetics, but also companies that bottle water. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)
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Kerry Chaulk, manager of the company which bottles iceberg water holds a bottle in his factory in Lewisporte on July 2, 2019 in Newfoundland, Canada. - Iceberg water, considered pure, is now marketing for a unique sector of high-end products. "We are trying to target the niche market for healthy foods and products," says former fisherman Edward Kean, an iceberg hunter. For 20 years, he has been cruising the North Atlantic aboard his fishing boat to retrieve chunks of ice to melt and sell the water to local traders. Customers include manufacturers of vodka, cider, liquor, beer, cosmetics, but also companies that bottle water. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)
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Kerry Chaulk, manager of the company which bottles iceberg water, packages a bottle in his factory in Lewisporte on July 2, 2019 in Newfoundland, Canada. - Iceberg water, considered pure, is now marketing for a unique sector of high-end products. "We are trying to target the niche market for healthy foods and products," says former fisherman Edward Kean, an iceberg hunter. For 20 years, he has been cruising the North Atlantic aboard his fishing boat to retrieve chunks of ice to melt and sell the water to local traders. Customers include manufacturers of vodka, cider, liquor, beer, cosmetics, but also companies that bottle water. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)
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Captain Edward Kean (L) crushes pieces of an iceberg, while Phil Kennedy cleans the salt water, as they sail in Bonavista Bay on June 30, 2019 in Newfoundland, Canada. - Iceberg water, considered pure, is now marketing for a unique sector of high-end products. "We are trying to target the niche market for healthy foods and products," says former fisherman Edward Kean, an iceberg hunter. For 20 years, he has been cruising the North Atlantic aboard his fishing boat to retrieve chunks of ice to melt and sell the water to local traders. Customers include manufacturers of vodka, cider, liquor, beer, cosmetics, but also companies that bottle water. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)
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Taylor Lindsorn axes ice off an iceberg in Bonavista Bay on June 30, 2019, in Newfoundland, Canada. - Iceberg water, considered pure, is now marketing for a unique sector of high-end products. "We are trying to target the niche market for healthy foods and products," says former fisherman Edward Kean, an iceberg hunter. For 20 years, he has been cruising the North Atlantic aboard his fishing boat to retrieve chunks of ice to melt and sell the water to local traders. Customers include manufacturers of vodka, cider, liquor, beer, cosmetics, but also companies that bottle water. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)
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Taylor Lindsorn sharpens a hook to be used to catch icebergs on Bonavista Bay, on June 30, 2019 in Newfoundland, Canada. - Iceberg water, considered pure, is now marketing for a unique sector of high-end products. "We are trying to target the niche market for healthy foods and products," says former fisherman Edward Kean, an iceberg hunter. For 20 years, he has been cruising the North Atlantic aboard his fishing boat to retrieve chunks of ice to melt and sell the water to local traders. Customers include manufacturers of vodka, cider, liquor, beer, cosmetics, but also companies that bottle water. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)
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Captain Edward Kean aims his rifle as he shoots a harpoon in the direction of an iceberg on June 30, 2019 in Bonavista Bay, Newfoundland, Canada. - Iceberg water, considered pure, is now marketing for a unique sector of high-end products. "We are trying to target the niche market for healthy foods and products," says former fisherman Edward Kean, an iceberg hunter. For 20 years, he has been cruising the North Atlantic aboard his fishing boat to retrieve chunks of ice to melt and sell the water to local traders. Customers include manufacturers of vodka, cider, liquor, beer, cosmetics, but also companies that bottle water. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)
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A crane hook on the boat of Captain Edward Kean is seen in front of an Iceberg in Bonavista Bay on June 29, 2019 in Newfoundland, Canada. - Iceberg water, considered pure, is now marketing for a unique sector of high-end products. "We are trying to target the niche market for healthy foods and products," says former fisherman Edward Kean, an iceberg hunter. For 20 years, he has been cruising the North Atlantic aboard his fishing boat to retrieve chunks of ice to melt and sell the water to local traders. Customers include manufacturers of vodka, cider, liquor, beer, cosmetics, but also companies that bottle water. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)
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Blair Baker, screams as he holds a net with a chunk of an iceberg he just snared in Bonavista Bay on June 29, 2019 in Newfoundland, Canada. - Iceberg water, considered pure, is now marketing for a unique sector of high-end products. "We are trying to target the niche market for healthy foods and products," says former fisherman Edward Kean, an iceberg hunter. For 20 years, he has been cruising the North Atlantic aboard his fishing boat to retrieve chunks of ice to melt and sell the water to local traders. Customers include manufacturers of vodka, cider, liquor, beer, cosmetics, but also companies that bottle water. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)
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Captain Edward Kean stands on his boat in front of an iceberg in Bonavista Bay on June 29, 2019 in Newfoundland, Canada. - Iceberg water, considered pure, is now marketing for a unique sector of high-end products. "We are trying to target the niche market for healthy foods and products," says former fisherman Edward Kean, an iceberg hunter. For 20 years, he has been cruising the North Atlantic aboard his fishing boat to retrieve chunks of ice to melt and sell the water to local traders. Customers include manufacturers of vodka, cider, liquor, beer, cosmetics, but also companies that bottle water. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)
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This aerial photo shows the boat of Captain Edward Kean passing an Iceberg on Bonavista Bay on June 29, 2019 in Newfoundland, Canada. - Iceberg water, considered pure, is now marketing for a unique sector of high-end products. "We are trying to target the niche market for healthy foods and products," says former fisherman Edward Kean, an iceberg hunter. For 20 years, he has been cruising the North Atlantic aboard his fishing boat to retrieve chunks of ice to melt and sell the water to local traders. Customers include manufacturers of vodka, cider, liquor, beer, cosmetics, but also companies that bottle water. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)
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Blair Baker and Taylor Lindsorn snare a chunk of iceberg on June 29, 2019, on Bonavista Bay in Newfoundland, Canada. - Iceberg water, considered pure, is now marketing for a unique sector of high-end products. "We are trying to target the niche market for healthy foods and products," says former fisherman Edward Kean, an iceberg hunter. For 20 years, he has been cruising the North Atlantic aboard his fishing boat to retrieve chunks of ice to melt and sell the water to local traders. Customers include manufacturers of vodka, cider, liquor, beer, cosmetics, but also companies that bottle water. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)
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Blair Baker (R) wraps a net around a chunk of an iceberg in Bonavista Bay on June 29, 2019 in Newfoundland, Canada. - Iceberg water, considered pure, is now marketing for a unique sector of high-end products. "We are trying to target the niche market for healthy foods and products," says former fisherman Edward Kean, an iceberg hunter. For 20 years, he has been cruising the North Atlantic aboard his fishing boat to retrieve chunks of ice to melt and sell the water to local traders. Customers include manufacturers of vodka, cider, liquor, beer, cosmetics, but also companies that bottle water. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)
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This aerial photo shows a zodiac from Captain Edward Kean's fishing boat passing an iceberg in Bonavista Bay on June 29, 2019 in Newfoundland, Canada. - Iceberg water, considered pure, is now marketing for a unique sector of high-end products. "We are trying to target the niche market for healthy foods and products," says former fisherman Edward Kean, an iceberg hunter. For 20 years, he has been cruising the North Atlantic aboard his fishing boat to retrieve chunks of ice to melt and sell the water to local traders. Customers include manufacturers of vodka, cider, liquor, beer, cosmetics, but also companies that bottle water. (Photo by Johannes EISELE / AFP)

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