Spring Water vs Filtered Water

Many people think that all bottled water is spring water. This could not be farther from the truth. Spring water comes from a natural water source below the Earth's surface. Not all companies use spring water as their water source. Many other companies sell bottled water that is actually filtered tap water. In fact, the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) conducted a four year study on more than 1,000 samples of 103 brands of bottled water. The NRDC estimated that 25% of these companies are just selling filtered tap water. Instead of coming directly from pure springs, the water comes from the local water treatment plant or out of a river.

Since its inception in 1924, Tulpehocken Spring Water has come directly from a natural spring in Gratz, Pennsylvania. Tulpehocken realizes that you "cannot get spring water out of a filter." We start our bottling process with water that is naturally pure and therefore tastes wonderfully natural instead of artificial and processed. Other companies rely on filters, additives, and purifiers to achieve a "spring-like" taste. So next time you ask for water, insist upon Tulpehocken Mountain Spring Water. We will deliver nature's finest drink directly to your door.

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spring water in a variety of sizes
and containers.

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750 Point Township Drive
Northumberland, PA 17857

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