Why drink bottled water?
Consumers often choose bottled water as an alternative to other packaged beverages because it does not include calories, caffeine, sugar, artificial flavors or other ingredients they may wish to moderate. Many choose bottled water because they are not satisfied with the taste, odor, color of their tap water.
What's the difference between Spring Water and Purified Water?
Spring Water is derived from an underground source from which water flows naturally to the surface of the earth. Purified Water has been filtered through a process of distillation, deionization, or reverse osmosis.
Is bottled water just tap water?
This is a common misconception because purified water is often sourced from municipal water sources. However, the water then goes through a multi-step purification process to eliminate any contaminants, as well as fluoride and chlorine. Minerals are often added to purified water for taste.
How long can you store bottled water?
Although the FDA has not established a shelf life for bottled water, manufacturers typically give bottled water a two year shelf-life. The International Bottled Water Association advises consumers to store bottled water at room temperature (or cooler), out of direct sunlight and away from solvents and chemicals such as gasoline, paint thinners and dry cleaning chemicals. Bottled water can be used indefinitely if stored properly.
Does your bottled water contain fluoride?
No, our bottled water does not contain fluoride.
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