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• Originate from underground water aquifers.

• Maintain its original purity.

• Be nutritionally beneficial.

• Have a natural mineral content.

• Be bottled at the point of origin.

• Must have BIS Certification no that start with 13.

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  • Natural mineral water is not at all chemically treated but packaging water is chemically treated like Chlorination.
  • In Natural Mineral water there is a small process for filtration in which no addition is done. In fact the natural contents remain in water but in packaging water it is chemically filtered.
  • Natural mineral water is healthier for body because no chemicals are added but the packaging water is not as healthy as compared to mineral water because it is chemically treated.

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Hardly any other food or beverage is as strictly monitored as natural mineral water. It is the only one that requires official approval before it can be sold. For this reason, our mineral water is tested multiple times before, during and after the bottling process. In India, BIS (Bureau of Indian Standard) determines mineral water designation and governs its processing, packaging and labelling. Before our mineral water products leave the company, the mineral content, carbonic acid content, microbiology and other aspects are analysed. The controls we have in place and the daily testing we conduct meet the BIS highest requirement, ensuring we can sell our water as “natural mineral water”.

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Essentially, the ingredients of a mineral water cannot be changed. However, India’s Mineral and Table Water Regulation does allow the removal of iron, manganese and sulphur in natural mineral water. This treatment takes place for aesthetic reasons or because of the taste and smell. Additionally, carbonic acid may be removed or added to mineral water.

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does not use ozone to treat mineral water. Instead, we use an alternative procedure to naturally filter iron and manganese from our mineral water. Traces of iron and manganese are removed for aesthetic reasons.

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Mineral Water is rich in minerals, but these minerals are dissolved and with the aid of carbonic acid, they are held in suspension in the water. Physical and chemical changes, for example, temperature, pressure or levels of carbonation can cause minerals to fall out that is, microscopic mineral elements can come together and become visible. Hence the light residue you can sometimes see on your glass after enjoying .

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  • No, on the contrary, it is proof of the quality of the healthy, mineral-rich water you are enjoying. Consuming minerals in their “solid form” is completely harmless, albeit unusual.
  • Our recommendation to avoid mineral precipitates-

Store your mineral water in a cool, dry place away from light. Only pour it just before drinking and reseal the bottle after each use to prevent the loss of carbonation.

  • Causes of mineral precipitates-

1. Loss of carbonic acid-

When carbonic acid dissipates, the minerals in the mineral water lose their solubility and become visible. Once a bottle is opened, loss of carbonation is inevitable, but if you reseal the cap tightly you can slow down its loss and ensure the fresh taste of your . Storing the bottle in a cool place away from direct light also helps.

2. Frost

A drop in temperature, due to either weather conditions or incorrect storage, can change the balance of minerals and carbonic acid causing the minerals to fall out of suspension and become visible. The minerals can appear in a white, flaky or powdery residue in the bottle or as a crystalline coating on drinking glasses. Also, minor damage to bottles, caps and their threads can arise due to frost, which ultimately leads to carbonic acid escaping.

3. Heat

When mineral water is heated, the carbonic acid escapes. The effect of intense heat is that minerals combine and thus become visible. This does not impact the water quality and drinking heated mineral water is completely safe.

4. Open containers

Carbonic acid is also lost if mineral water is stored in open containers for a longer period. Valuable minerals can then precipitate as described above. This can cause mineral rings in drinking glasses or a light mineral film on the surface of the drink. therefore recommends pouring mineral water immediately into a drinking container before consumption and not letting it stand for a longer period of time, even if this is absolutely harmless.

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Depending on the levels of mineralization and carbonic acid, most mineral waters tend to have a pH value in the neutral to slightly acidic range. 's pH value lies between 7.2-7.4 The amount of solid but dissolved minerals in mineral water amounts to 800 (Naturell) to 2,500 mg/l (Sparkling). Several factors can prompt precipitation.

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  • Each individual step of process – from the source to filling the bottles – is monitored both electronically and by qualified staff. Analytical chemical and microbiological tests are conducted during the product’s final check. Different checks and analyses take place every day in our quality assurance department. Both our bottle and cap suppliers comply to our high standards to ensure our commitment to quality is not compromised in any way.

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  • A fully automated and highly sensitive camera system inspects the bottles before they are filled. The sophisticated machines check the base of the bottle for impurities and make sure that the neck, the thread, and the sides of the bottles are in perfect condition. The machines can also identify residual liquid in the bottles and foreign bottles and automatically rejects these.
  • Furthermore, control staff regularly use test bottle runs to check that the automated system functions flawlessly. Using these extensive control measures, we can ensure that empty reusable drinking bottles are in perfect condition before they are refilled.

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PET (polyethylene terephthalate) is a type of plastic that consists of the elements carbon, oxygen and hydrogen. Like glass, PET is also a transparent material that can be recycled into bottles or containers when it is melted.

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PET is light, almost unbreakable, odourless and tasteless and can be completely recycled. Thanks to these characteristics, it is used as packaging material for a large number of products, including drinks, food and cosmetics. PET is also used in medical products, for example, surgical sewing threads.

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The PET produced for food and beverage packaging undergoes an additional processing step to improve its strength properties. There are strict statutory provisions for PET production; so much so, it can be used for baby food. Of course, meets all the legal requirements of the FSSAI, BIS .

Are there differences in quality in different types of PET?

There are clear differences in quality and purity of PET materials. only uses high-quality PET. The PET we use also has acetaldehyde blockers, which ensure that acetaldehyde molecules remain bound in the material and cannot pass to the product. This contributes considerably to the quality and safety of our mineral water, as confirmed by independent tests.

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  • No, because we only use PET for our PET non-reusable bottles (but still recyclable) that has undergone extensive testing according to BIS
  • To make sure that the original purity of Mineral Water remains unchanged by the packaging that comes into contact with our water, it is tested by our own internal quality assurance testing, and we commission extensive analyses at renowned external institutions. These analyses ensure the purity and quality of products as well as glass and PET bottles.

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Although the name polyethylene terephthalate (PET) might suggest otherwise, PET does not contain phthalates as plasticisers. Phthalates are used in plastics such as PVC (polyvinyl chloride), to increase their extensibility and plasticity as well as their temperature resistance, but they are not found in PET

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Most consumers have their own preference when it comes to beverage packaging, or choose a type of packaging to best suit their needs. This is why we offer our mineral water in both glass and PET bottles

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Totally Dissolved Salts are the total amount of mobile charged Ions, including Minerals, Salts or Metal Dissolved in a given volume of water, expressed in units of mg per unit volume of water, also referred to as parts per million.

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In a study by the World Heath Organisation, a panel of tasters came to the following conclusions about the preferable level of TDS in water-

Level of TDS(milligrams per litre)

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Less than 50

Unacceptable

50-150

Acceptable for drinking

150-200

Good – Acceptable for Drinking(Healthiest in regard to cardiovascular health)

250-350

Good-Acceptable drinking (healthy in regard to cardiovascular health)

Above 350-

Fair

The TDS level of water is 194 mg/l which is Excellent and good for human health. It is recommended that people with kidney problem should drink pure water and is best for them.

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A pollutant is a substance or energy introduced into the environment that has undesired effects, or adversely affects water or the atmosphere. A pollutant may cause long - short term damage by changing the growth rate of animal species, or by interfering with human amenities, comfort or health.

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Water pollutant include contamination due to Domestic wastes, insecticides and herbicides, food processing waste, pollutants from livestock operations, volatile organic compounds, heavy metals, chemical waste and others.

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• Hardly any other food or beverage is as strictly monitored as natural mineral water because it is the only foodstuff that must have official approval before it can be sold. At , the approval process is supported by more than 200 individual inspections. BIS determines exactly when a mineral water can be designated as such, how it must be packaged, how it’s labelled and much more.

• Regular analyses test a mineral water’s composition to guarantee its original purity. Before our mineral water products leave the company, the mineral content, the carbonic acid levels, microbiology and other aspects are all comprehensively tested. Our products meet the BIS   highest requirements and all can be sold as “natural mineral water”. Aside from our own daily internal checks and independent institutes, There are also official government inspections both at the source and in the marketplace.

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