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In this Dec. 2, 2010 file photo, actor Chuck Norris stands following a ceremony in Garland. Texas where Martial-arts expert Norris became a real-life honorary Texas Ranger after having played a Ranger for years on television. (AP/Tony Gutierrez)

Actor Chuck Norris is starting a new business venture, and he's promising to donate a portion of the sales to charity.

The "Walker, Texas Ranger" star announced this week the launch of a bottled water company, called CForce, which will source its produce from Norris' ranch in Navasota, Texas, about 75 miles northwest of Houston, according to the Austin American-Statesman.

According to one of the company's Facebook posts, the product will be "hittin’ shelves soon!" The product is currently being sold at a handful of stores in Texas and Louisiana and on Amazon. It will soon be available at HEB, Tom Thumb, Albertsons and Randalls.

A 24-pack of 12-oz. sell for $23.99 on Amazon. But, as the Statesman notes, the bottles are completely recyclable and a portion of the sales help fund Norris' charity organization, KICKSTART KIDS, which teaches "character through Karate" to underprivileged children. A portion of sales will also help certain environmental causes, the Houston Chronicle reported.

(H/T: Austin Statesman)

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