Ice Mountain® Brand Natural Spring Water – Pure as the driven snow.®
Name for its exceptionally crisp, clean and refreshing taste, Ice Mountain® Brand Natural Spring Water has become one of the most popular bottled spring water brands throughout the Midwest. So, whether you’re enjoying Ice Mountain® Brand Natural Spring Water during the long winter months or the fun summer festivals, Ice Mountain® Brand Natural Spring Water may simply be the best tasting water for you and your family.
The history of the Ice Mountain® Brand Natural Spring Water can be traced back thousands of years to the last ice age. As glaciers that covered much of the northern U.S. and Canada retreated, the materials they scraped up and left behind formed deposits, some of which were hundreds of feet thick. Along these glaciers’ edges, melting water formed streams and rivers, which washed out finer materials. The sand and gravel deposits left behind formed aquifers, where large volumes of very pure ground water are present.
In special places, the ground water flows to the earth’s surface, creating natural springs. Today, a select few of these unique spring areas have been chosen as sources for crisp, fresh-tasting Ice Mountain® Brand Natural Spring Water.
Sources of Water*
Ice Mountain® Brand Natural Spring Water emerges as springs from below the woodlands. Its remarkable quality, taste, and composition of minerals are the result of the natural hydrological cycle. It begins as rainfall and snowmelt, and is filtered as it travels through layers of rock or soil. A light blend of minerals contributes to the legendary taste of Ice Mountain® Brand Natural Spring Water.
We continue to review our current sources and occasionally seek new sources that meet our mountain spring water requirements and standards.
Spring water sources: Sanctuary and Evart Springs, Stanwood, MI; Frontier Springs located in New Tripoli, PA, Bangor, PA, Hegins, PA, South Coventry, PA, Pine Grove, PA, Stroudsburg, PA, and/or Oakland, MD; Glenwood Spring, St. Albans, ME; Sweetwater Falls, Hohenwald, TN; Bennett Hill Spring, Red Boiling Springs, TN.
Distilled water sources: may either be a well or municipal supply.
Drinking water sources: may either be a well or municipal supply.
(* as of January, 2011)