bottled spring water
High Country Bottling Company uses natural spring water that originates from underground aquifers and flow naturally to the earth’s surface. The spring water is allowed to flow on its own, and then captured at the source. This water begins as snow and rain high in the mountains and is absorbed through layers of rock and clay reaching protected underground aquifers. The natural force of the water causes it to flow to the earth’s surface through a natural orifice. The location of the spring is identified, documented and approved by the state of North Carolina. Our spring source is routinely tested to ensure the highest quality and safety standards.

High Country Bottling Company meets or exceeds all federal and state health standards. FDA regulates bottled water as a food product whereas EPA regulates tap water as provided by water utilities. Standards of quality enacted by the FDA for bottled water must be as protective of the public health as EPA’s standards (known as Maximum Contaminant Levels) for tap water. Ensuring the safety of the water is our primary objective in providing our product to our customers.

Bottled water products labeled as spring water, natural water, or drinking water must come from protected sources, and be monitored frequently. High Country Bottling Company’s water comes from a naturally protected and pristine source - NOT FILTERED CITY OR TAP WATER AS MANY OF THE TOP BRANDS! We here at High Country Bottling Company employ a variety of practices to ensure the safety and high quality of our products.

The recognized standard indicator of water quality is TDS. Generally speaking the lower the TDS, the better the quality of the water. Our water is routinely tested from samples taken directly from the spring source. These tests are conducted by certified laboratories and consistently indicate values between 15 and 25. This indicates a higher quality than leading premium brands such as Evian and Fiji. Sample test results are available upon request.

Multiple stages of filtration include particulate filtration and micron filtration to remove any sediment or suspended particles

All of our bottled water products are ozonated. We use ozone instead of chlorine because it has no residual taste or odor. Ozone (is oxygen – O3 to be exact) is bubbled through the water just before it goes into clean, sanitized bottles. Within a few hours after the bottle has been filled and capped, the ozone converts back to the same form of oxygen that we breathe (O2).

We hope you have found this information to be helpful in making your decision for us to be your one source quality water supplier.
If you have any questions or would like more information, please contact us 336-846-1241, email us, or use our online request form.




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