Icebox Water, Cold Spring Harbor, N.Y., announces the launch of its new initiative, Beyond the Bottle. The initiative is committed to educating all people on the importance of personal and planetary health, supported by Icebox Water’s pure, sustainably sourced drinking water and environmentally responsible packaging, the company says. By providing consistently updated information about the state of the environment and healthy, sustainable water sourcing, Icebox Water demonstrates the need for reducing plastic pollution while providing an ethical, delicious source of water, it adds.
Noah's Spring Water, Chicago, has added the Rexam 24-ounce Cap Can with closure technology from Dayton Systems Group (DSG) to its packaging mix, becoming the only bottled water available in a re-sealable aluminum container, the company says.
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Leawood, Kan.-based private equity firm Great Range Capital acquired Mountain Valley Water Co. of Hot Springs, Ark. Mountain Valley is the oldest continuously operated bottled water company in the United States, according to the company. The premium bottled water company serves individual consumers, major retailers and foodservice operators in all 50 states and in select international markets, it says.
Noah’s Sparkling Spring Water moved from glass bottles to 12-ounce slim cans. The company’s reasons for the change include aluminum’s ability to keep beverages colder longer, portability, convenience and sustainability, it says.
Pangea Water introduced a product of the same name made from Italian natural spring water. The water qualifies as a light mineral water because of its balance of mineral salts, sodium and scarce fixed residue.
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