Bottled water has strict safety and labeling requirements regulated by the FDA. To be labeled as purified water, bottled water must undergo distillation, reverse osmosis, or other process that removes dissolved materials. Distillation uses heat to turn water into steam, separating out impurities, before re-condensing. Reverse osmosis filters water by forcing it through membranes that block impurities. Ideal Pure Water offers both distilled and reverse osmosis purified water.
Spring water contains minerals or trace elements that make it clearly distinguishable from other types of water. These minerals must remain constant in the water, from its point of emergence at the source through the bottling procedure. Ideal Pure Water carries Mountain Valley Spring Water, originating from a geologically and physically protected underground water source.
Why Drink Bottled Water?
Bottled water offers many benefits to consumers â€“ it's cleaner, it's healthier, and it smells and tastes better. A simple comparison with tap water will demonstrate this difference. Consider the effect this can have â€“ not only on a glass of drinking water, but also on your tea, coffee, juices, mixed beverages, and cooking. Consider the pleasure of drinking cool, clear, consistently pure water â€“ and the peace of mind that comes from knowing your water is safe and clean.