Drinking water in a glass water bottle or aluminum bottle is proven to be better tasting. At Mountain Valley Spring Water we refuse to compromise our water — not its health, not its flavor, and certainly not the purity and sustainability of its source. We do our best to make it the best water to drink.
We know our signature green-glass bottles look chic, but they’re more than just a pretty package. Glass has been our go-to bottling material since our founders launched Mountain Valley in 1871.
Glass also can’t be tampered with and can be recycled, over and over, without losing its strength or quality. Glass is naturally non-porous, meaning it will not leach inorganic chemicals into our spring water during storage or shipping, nor will it alter its flavor, that award-winning flavor beloved by chefs and epicureans across the U.S.
Glass isn't used only for our signature green bottles, it's how we bottle our 2.5 and 5 gallon water jugs, as well. In fact, Mountain Valley is the only water company to deliver multi-gallon glass bottles which preserves the same fresh taste found in our single serve bottles.
We treasure every drop of Mountain Valley Spring Water, and want it to reach your lips at its thirst-quenching, body-balancing best.
In 2020, we added aluminum bottles to our lineup. Shatterproof and lighter than glass, these bottles are perfect for hikes, sporting events or simply lounging by the pool. As with glass, aluminum is 100% recyclable and eliminates the problem of plastic waste. In fact, aluminum can be recycled continuously without degrading.
Our water comes from the earth, an earth we’re charged with protecting. It’s a chicken-and-egg situation: without pure, delicious water, we can’t be The Mountain Valley Spring Water; and without quality packaging, we can’t deliver pure, delicious water.
Protecting and preserving the environment is our livelihood. It means caring for the health and wellbeing of the springs that have fed us for 150 years; the springs we hope will continue to flow, clean and perfect, for centuries to come.