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Poland Spring 100% Natural Spring Water ( 1 Gallon )
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100% Natural Spring Water…And Proud of It. A lot has changed since we got our start in 1845, but at least one thing remains the same: Poland Spring Brand 100% Natural Spring Water is still sourced from our carefully selected springs in Maine. Helping Keep Maine Beautiful We treat each spring source with the great care and respect it deserves. Springs are regularly monitored by our natural resource managers and field experts for quality and sustainability. We’re proud to share their hard work. What Is Spring Water Anyway? Great question. According to the U.S.
  • Lightweight 1-gallon plastic jug: place in refrigerator and drink by the glass
  • Easy-pour lightweight bottle is simple to handle
  • 100% natural spring water: zero calories, no sweeteners and no artificial colors or flavors
  • Contains naturally balanced minerals for a crisp, clean taste
  • Every bottle is 100% recyclable (excluding label and cap)

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