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Last updated June 10,, 2011 by Gavin

Alaska Polar / True Water

True Alaska Water obtains its water from Blue Lake, which is 3 miles directly above the Bottling Plant. Blue Lake is continually replenished by nearly 100 inches of annual rainfall, glacier melt, and snow melt. Blue lake is in the Tongass National forest, the largest temperate rainforest in North America. The Blue lake watershed is protected by National, State, and local laws which prohibit development, habitation or other developments that could possibly comprise the pristine quality of the water.




Arrowhead moutain spring water is sourced only from carefully selected moutain springs, and contains naturally occuring minerals for a crisp, clean taste.


Crystal Cascade



Recharge your cells, hydrate your body and keep your muscles and nervous system working properly with this electrolyte-infused, vapor-distilled water.



Icelandic Glacial

Icelandic Glacial’s water source is Iceland’s Hlíğarendi Spring, part of the Ölfus Spring System, a catchment zone formed during a massive volcanic eruption more than 4,500 years ago. Ölfus Spring is a renewable resource, replenished annually by infiltration of rainfall and snow melt over uninhabited lava fields. Ninety-nine percent of the Ölfus flow releases to the sea below mean sea level. The only outflow to surface water is at Hlíğarendi, where a pond collects spring discharges which then flow for two kilometres before disappearing underground. It is from this system that the Icelandic Glacial water is taken.


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