Yes, we are trying to sell our beverages locally.
I think on water, in the grand scheme of things, we're actually a very small user of total water. We are working, as I said, with USAID, the WWF, and others in programs on water usage. As I said, we are committed to giving back as much water as we use in the bottling of our beverages by 2020, in other words, getting toward a water neutral state so that we're giving back exactly what we use in the bottling of our beverages.
We continue to make good progress against that goal. We report on that goal every year, on where we stand on it. We're doing that through a variety of efficiencies in terms of how we actually run our bottling operations and how we can save water there. The other is looking at other ways we can give back in terms of rainwater harvesting, supporting various initiatives such as watersheds and what not.
It's a little bit of both. It's about our being more efficient, but also our partnering with people to reduce. We have committed to getting to a level by 2020 of giving back exactly the amount we use in bottling our beverages. We think you can do both.