Is it really natural
Yes, it really is spring water! In order for our
product to be labeled “natural spring water” the
water must flow to the surface without the aid
of mechanical devices (such as pumps).
Where does High Country
spring water come from?
The source is a pristine spring high in the
mountains of Western North Carolina located in
Watagua County, bordered by the Blue Ridge
Parkway. Which is protected and governed by the
Department of Interior.
Is our water tested?
Yes, our spring source is routinely tested to
ensure the highest quality and safety standards.
Tests are also conducted by municipal and
certified laboratories. Sample test results are
available upon request.
Is our water altered in
No, our natural spring water is simply captured,
micro filtered for any trace particulates, then
ozone (O 3) is bubbled through the water for
purification. The ozone quickly dissipates back
to O2, the same air we breath, and there is no
chemical residual left behind.
What makes High Country
Spring Water different?
You can be confident that High Country Spring
Water is of the highest quality. The recognized
standard indicator of water quality is TDS.
Generally speaking the lower the TDS, the better
the quality of water. Our water consistently
indicates values between 15 and 25. This
indicates a higher quality than many leading
premium brands such as Evian and Fiji.
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