About this item
- Arrowhead drinking water is all natural, 100% mountain spring water
- 33.8-ounce/1-Liter plastic bottle: enough to share or last throughout the day
- Convenient 15-pack: plenty of water in lightweight, portable packages
- Every Arrowhead bottle is 100% recyclable (excluding label and cap)
- Contains a perfectly balanced natural mineral composition for a crisp, refreshing taste
Arrowhead® 100% Mountain Spring Water (1L bottles, 15 pk.) is a trusted source of hydration with a crisp, refreshing taste.
Arrowhead Mountain Spring Water sources their water from natural mountain springs in California, Colorado and Canada in communities around the Rocky Mountains. They choose to source their water in the highest quality manner and always use recycled plastic in their containers. Arrowhead spring water has been the local favorite along the West Coast for generations. Their legacy dates back to 1894 where their name began, based on the natural arrowhead formation that points to the water's original source deep inside the San Bernardino Mountains. Arrowhead Mountain Spring Water also contains natural minerals for a crisper taste. So whether you are hiking or relaxing at home, choose Arrowhead Spring Water for flavorful, mineral-enriched water you can rely on.
Why Choose Arrowhead 100% Mountain Spring Water?
Arrowhead is determined to give you fresher water than the competition that is truly a sip above the rest. Arrowhead evens goes through a 10-step process to ensure their bottled water is both tasty and safe. It begins with their carefully selected spring sources and finishes with extensive quality assurance tests. They both check and re-check their water and packaging quality every step of the journey from the spring to your home.
What Is the Difference between Arrowhead 100% Mountain Spring Water and Tap Water?
Spring water like Arrowhead is collected from a naturally occurring spring source. Spring water contains all the naturally occurring minerals of the spring, which gives a more refreshing taste. Tap water usually is derived from a municipal source and flows directly from there to your faucet. Tap water usually has additives as well, such as fluoride and chlorine, which alter the taste.