New Zealand Is Selling Packets Of Air At $100

by Yashasvi Shaktawat
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A duty-free shop at the Auckland International Airport was seen selling cans of ‘fresh air’ in New Zealand for $100.

What Is It?

New Zealand has received quite an outrage for selling fresh air cans at the Auckland International Airport at a duty-free shop.

What’s In It?

The ‘Pure Fresh New Zealand Air‘ cans were seen on display with a price tag of $98.99 at a duty-free shop. The bottles come with breathing masks attached and are sold around the world by a company called Kiwiana.

Five-litre cans of air are sold on the Kiwiana website for $34.50 each. The company harvests the air above the snow line on New Zealand’s South Island.

This is apparently the purest form of air you’ll ever breathe.

 

 

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