|Global Product Type||Beverages-Water, Bottled Drinking|
|Capacity (Volume)||16.9 oz|
|Quantity||35 per carton|
|Pre-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Post-Consumer Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Total Recycled Content Percent||0%|
|Special Features||35 Bottles per Case, 54 Cases per Pallet|
Dimensions / Specifications
|Unit of Measure||PL|
|Item Weight||2215.000 lbs|
|Ships via UPS?||No|
|Carton Pack Quantity||54 EA|
|This item is sold by the PL|
|Manufacturer Stock No.||35001 8|
|Country of Origin||US|
|OTS Product ID||8928335|
Any fluoride in Crystal Geyser® Alpine Spring Water® is naturally occurring. The spring water is a natural water and Crystal Geyser® does not add any fluoride.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulates the maximum level of fluoride that bottled water can naturally contain. The maximum allowable level of fluoride ranges from 1.4 to 2.4 mg/L. All Alpine Spring Water® contains less than the allowed maximum and ranges from “None Detected” or 0 mg/L, to 0.67 mg/L.
At the top of the label on the bottles, there is a small map which indicates if the water was Mt. Shasta; Mt. Whitney; the Blue Ridge Mountains of Salem, South Carolina; the Ossipee Mountains, Moultonborough, New Hampshire; Mena, Arkansas; the Cherokee National Forest spring source in Benton, Tennessee or the Johnstown spring source in New York. Once you have determined from which of the spring sources your spring water was bottled, you can click on one of the links below to obtain the Bottled Water Report for water bottled at that spring source.