Refrigerated water filters containers reported as filters that remove Haloacetic Acids
ZeroWater - "Thank you for contacting ZeroWater. Our filters have been independently tested and do remove haloacetic acid." - Chris, ZeroWater Help Desk Agent (Email/ March 7, 2019)
Brita - "Among investigated handling strategies, only tap water ﬁltration with a Brita pitcher led to simultaneous removal of both types of chlorinated DBPs under investigation." - Effects of indoor drinking water handling on trihalomethanes and haloacetic acids (Study/ May 31, 2006). See Effects of Indoor Drinking Water Handling on Haloacetic Acids (PDF) to review the full study.
Whole house filtration systems reported to remove Haloacetic Acids