Poland Spring takes water pretty seriously—and it shows. Sourced from eight different springs in Maine, Poland Spring takes great lengths to select, manage, and care for all of their spring water sources. Let’s dive in and see just how each bottle is sourced from the beginning.
According to the at the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA): “Spring Water is water derived from an underground formation from which water flows naturally to the surface of the earth at an identified location.” And tapping into this water flow is no joke!
First, springs are filled by natural precipitation —meaning rain and snow. This water is naturally filtered as it flows underground through rocks and soil. Before it emerges, Poland Spring collects this spring water and puts it through a 10-step quality process that makes it ready for bottling. In order to keep the freshness and clean taste that they are known for, Poland Spring has been known to get their water from Maine’s springs to your door in 24 hours. Now that’s fresh!
The newest addition to the Poland Spring family is the sparkling spring water of your dreams. With flavors like Summer Strawberry and Pomegranate Lemonade, these bubbly bottles and cans are made with real spring water, real fruit flavors, and refreshing bubbles.
Even better? All flavors are free of calories, sugars, sweeteners, and colors. We’ll drink to that!
This blogpost is published in partnership with Poland Spring®.