Keeping Account 04.19.12

Local business news

Made in Montauk
     Ingrid Torjesen Kalfaian, a South Fork resident since 1994, has launched a new line of clothing and accessories, hand-dyed and hand-printed in her hometown of Montauk. Made in Montauk uses organic cotton for its yoga and beachwear, note cards, and clothing for children.
    The line is being carried at Tutto Bene in Bridgehampton, the Harbor Marina gift shop in East Hampton, and Gloria Jewel in Amagansett and Bridgehampton. Products can also be viewed online at
Hamptons Water
    There’s a new way to hydrate on the East End. The Hamptons Water Company, which is locally owned and operated, is selling vapor-distilled water bottled in the Empire State.
    The water is sold in recyclable bottles that come with a mobile phone Q.R. code, which when scanned takes customers to the Hamptons Water Company Web site and a listing of places to work out, dine, and shop. The company also donates to charity 5 cents from every bottle sold — currently the Max Cure Foundation for pediatric cancer research