We go the extra step for quality
People who buy our products trust that our water is safe and tastes good. Our quality control process begins with source selection and continues through bottling. Our trained and dedicated staff tests samples many times throughout our production process and water quality analysis to help ensure that our products meet Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and industry quality standards. Gallon for gallon, our bottled water meets or exceeds testing requirements for municipal water supplies. Our multi-step quality control process ends with a hygienically sealed bottle for safety, quality and a fresh taste.
Spring Water process
Our spring water sources are natural or mountain springs, meeting the definition for spring water established by the U.S. Food & Drug Administration. Our water may go through rigorous testing for quality, but the final result still maintains the original and natural character that defines what it means to be spring water.
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Purified Water process
Our purified water may come from sources such as wells or municipal supplies. Our purified water is carefully collected from the source, put through reverse osmosis, and has minerals added for taste.
Sparkling Water process
Our sparkling spring water starts as still water from natural springs, which we carbonate with the addition of carbon dioxide after we source the water from the springs. We also have a variety of flavored sparkling spring waters to which we add natural flavors. There’s no doubt that sparkling water has gained a large following since its inception.
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Distilled Water process
Our distilled water comes from either wells or municipal supplies, but it must first go through our 13 steps for quality assurance before we bottle it. One of these steps is distillation — a process that includes boiling the water and collecting the condensate before bottling.
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Drinking Water process
Water is carefully collected from the source, either a well or municipal supply, but it must first go through our 13 steps to quality assurance before we bottle it. Demineralization is conducted as part of the purification process to remove minerals.
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