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Deer Park Bottled Water (15 L bottles, 15 pk.)

by Deer Park |
Item # 299479
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Model # 100707 |

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About this item

  • 100% natural spring water
  • Natural blend of minerals for crisp taste
  • Sustainably managed springs
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Description

Sourced only from carefully selected springs, Deer Park® Bottled Water contains a unique blend of minerals to give you a crisp taste of refreshing spring water.

30% Less Plastic

As environmental awareness becomes more and more prominent across the globe, it's becoming more evident that there is a need to cut down on the use of plastics. By using an average of 30% less plastic, Deer Park 1 liter water bottles help to reduce the amount of plastic waste that floods landfills and natural habitats. Along with the reduced amount of plastic used, Deer Park water bottles are recyclable except for their label and cap. Simply discard the label and cap from your bottle before you recycle it. 

What Is the Water Source?

Deer Park Bottled Water is naturally sourced from a total of 13 different springs within three regions of the East Coast. The Frontier Springs region contains the greatest number of springs used for Deer Park water with eight individual springs. The Florida Springs contains four different springs that provide Deer Park with unique blends of minerals for their water, while Swift Springs within the South Carolina Spring region is located in an area of federally protected land that spans over 100,000 acres. The Deer Park water sourced from Swift Springs offers you water from protected land that is as natural as it was centuries ago before the first settlers from Europe ever arrived.

Are the Springs Managed Sustainably?

The drinking water bottles from Deer Park are sourced from sustainably managed springs. Deer Park is committed to sustainability and has a team of experts who dedicate their time to responsibly managing and monitoring the springs. The team of experts consists of geologists and field specialists.

 

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