TEN Alkaline Spring Water now comes in aluminum cans! TEN Alkaline Spring Water, America’s premium alkaline water with the highest pH of any bottled water brand. The line extension marks one of the most exciting new packaging innovations in the growing Enhanced Water category in recent memory. Publix Super Markets will be among the first grocery retailers to feature the item on store shelves.
TEN Alkaline Spring Water’s latest product also represents a new, lower price point for aluminum-packaged water. Compared to other water brands being sold in aluminum bottles with screw-top caps, TEN Water in cans retails at approximately 50% LESS in terms of cost-per-ounce. This translates to a much lower price on the shelf and significant cost savings to the beverage consumer.
Currently available in 1 gallon, .5 liter, 1 liter, and 1.5-liter bottles, the company is introducing the new aluminum can in an 8-pack. In addition to the multi-pack, the item can also be sold in single-serve cans inside beverage coolers.
TEN sells at thousands of grocery stores in the United States and the Caribbean including Publix, Food Lion, Wegmans, The Fresh Market, Foodtown, Fairway, Whole Foods, United, Ingles and Food City, and online at Walmart.com and Amazon Prime.
TEN is sourced from natural springs in the Great Appalachian Valley, from underwater caves deep below the earth’s surface. These springs are natural quartzite and granite aquifers with rock so dense that it naturally filters the water to an incredibly ultra-pure state.
My Opinion: The water is so crisp and fresh I like it and sometimes having a high pH the water can taste like metal but not this water it is amazing and my new favorite water!
See more at https://www.tenspringwater.com
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