by Robin on Sep 16, 2012 at 5:45 PM

Let's see if the major news outlets who diss bottled water will pick up on this! Bad tap water is responsible for giving over 1 million people a stomach virus each year. Apparent the viruses can creep into public water supplies through faulty pipes. Kind of makes you want a cold bottle of clean and safe bottled water.

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by Caroline on Aug 10, 2012 at 5:12 PM
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In an article published by Science 2.0, Dr. Jonathan Shenkin was quoted as saying "There has been no research to show using bottled water causes tooth decay." That's one less thing to worry about when drinking bottled water.

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by Caroline on Feb 27, 2012 at 10:12 AM

Anytime you despair because of the anti-bottled water press - just remember it could be worse! There definitely will not be any scientific studies linking water with anything other than the need to empty your bladder...

This article on the New York Times highlights recent studies that link diet soft drinks with Type 2 Diabetes and a condition known as metabolic syndrome, high blood pressure, abdominal obesity, and other health risk factors. You can read the entire article here: www.nytimes.com

Follow this link to read more about the bottled water quality of Mountain Valley Spring Water.

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by Caroline on Feb 10, 2012 at 10:27 AM

This is the way they're going to get people to drink reprocessed waste water? Really?

“Ten million dogs can’t be wrong.”

I'm liking our chances of continuing to sell bottled water...

As ‘Yuck Factor’ Subsides, Treated Wastewater Flows From Taps

By FELICITY BARRINGER
SAN DIEGO — Almost hidden in the northern hills, the pilot water treatment plant here does not seem a harbinger of revolution. It cost $13 million, uses long-established technologies and produces a million gallons a day.

But the plant’s very existence is a triumph over one of the most stubborn problems facing the nation’s water managers: if they make clean drinking water from wastewater, will the yuck factor keep people from accepting it?

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by Robin on Sep 19, 2011 at 4:46 PM

Breck Speed, owner of Mountain Valley Spring Water and sponsor of the Society’s Championship Series, spent an hour with Bill Cosby recently. The two swapped stories and Breck, to judge from the picture, surely found time to pitch the healthful, fresh properties of his favorite water.

Bill Cosby & Breck Speed

“Bill has been a drinker of Mountain Valley since 1964,” Breck says. “He was in Little Rock for a show so we invited him to visit the plant in Hot Springs. He couldn't do that but he did invite me to visit with him in his dressing room. I presented him an antique Mountain Valley bottle from the 1950’s as a gift and thought that would kinda be it, but he just wanted to spend some time and talk! He was as nice as you might imagine. No pretense at all. I was really impressed.”

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by Breck on May 5, 2011 at 4:15 PM

 It's official! Mountain Valley Spring Water received an award for our sparkling spring water.

 

Get more information about the quality of our sparkling spring water.

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by Breck on Apr 5, 2011 at 7:24 PM
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The real news is that, unfortunately, several customers are reaching all the way to Arkansas for supplies for this terrible nuclear disaster.

By Michelle Rupp with KTHV:

Hot Springs - One Arkansas company is doing it's share to help the victims of the earthquake and tsunami. Mountain Valley Spring Water in Hot Springs is sending more than ten thousand cases of it's bottled water.

These green bottles have been to the White House, featured in movies and soon will be on their way to the other side of the world. Mountain Valley Water has been exporting to Japan for several years. A few weeks ago however, their orders got much larger. "Certainly after the tsunami and the need for good, clean, premium water, we got the call and as we speak we are actually loading ocean going containers." says Taylor Cranor, of Mountain Valley Spring Company.

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by Breck on Mar 17, 2011 at 2:27 PM

Assuming you think rich, well educated people can afford to drink bottled water more than poor folks (which simply isn't true for the 2nd leading beverage category). This has got to be awfully confusing info for the EWG and Corporate Responsibility International people.

red orbit health websiteNonetheless, this article from Red Orbit reviews the EPICURO national bladder cancer study reports that "well educated people who choose to drink bottled water rather than water from public supplies may be no less exposed to potentially cancer-causing water contaminants."

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by Breck on Mar 4, 2011 at 3:38 PM

This article was on the front page of today's USA Today. Granted it is in Singapore, but still...

My Favorite Quote: "I've seen the process (of purifying the water) and it seems pretty safe," says Samuel Teo, 23. Still, he adds "I like Evian better."

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by Breck on Mar 3, 2011 at 3:28 PM

This article by Teresa Masterson spotlights pollution perils in Philadelphia. Favorite Quote from the article: "That Brita filter may not be enough, people." Would someone please alert the Environmental Working Group and Corporate Accountability International? Their normally compliant media partners are getting off message...

Also note the subtitle of this article "Free tip: Buy bottled water from now." We agree Forbes!

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