|It says the original Poland Spring has not flowed for more than 35 years and the actual sources of the water -- some of which are 30 miles away -- depend on man-made wells that draw more than 6 million gallons of water a year.
Nestle is also accused of falsely advertising Poland Spring as "naturally purified" or "spring water" because the water does not meet the scientific definition for spring water.
|Nestle Waters North America Inc. says on its Web site that it is the largest bottled water company in the United States, with brands including Calistoga, Ozarka and Deer Park in its portfolio.|
i need new suggestions for water please.
Just a basically uneducated recommendation--I have no idea if they are owned by an evil cooperation--but Glaceau water is very good.
May all Nestle executives rot in hell....
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