Canada Is Doing Quick Business Selling Bottled Air to China's Polluted CitiesChris Mills12/16/15 10:00pmFiled to: future earthclimate changesmogbeijing15722EditPromoteShare to KinjaToggle Conversation toolsGo to permalinkMillions of Chinese citizens have been blanketed in thick smog recently, but where some people see only a dense haze, entrepreneurial Canadian businessmen see profit. AdvertisementVitality Air is startup in Canada’s Rocky Mountains, selling “hand-bottled mountain air” from Banff and Lake Louise. In recent weeks, Vitality has seen demand soar from China. Founder Moses Lam told Global News “We shipped a sample of 500 [bottles] to China...they sold out within a week-and-a-half.”The company has been selling the air for around six months, but only recently started selling through Taobao, China’s eBay equivalent. A seven-liter can of Banff air goes for about $25, and gives you about 150 shots of sweet, sweet Alberta air.Advertisement[Global News]Contact the author at firstname.lastname@example.org.