TEN Spring Water Now Available in One-Gallon Jugs
September 1, 2017
TEN Spring Water, America’s premium alkaline water with the highest pH of any bottled water brand, has added one-gallon BPA-free plastic jugs to its expanding product line. Currently available in one-liter and half-liter bottles as well as half-liter six-packs, the company is introducing the larger size container as the alkaline diet and lifestyle increases in popularity and the demand for its naturally sourced, super pH water increases. TEN also recently moved into a new headquarters located at 433 Plaza Real in Boca Raton, Florida.
TEN Spring Water sells at more than 1,200 Publix Super Markets across the southeastern United States. With distribution focused mainly in the eastern U.S., over 300,000 cases of TEN Spring Water have been sold to date, amounting to more than 5 million bottles. TEN Spring Water is also available online through Amazon Prime. Atlanta, Orlando, Tampa, Miami, Charlotte, Jacksonville and the New York metro area boast the largest concentration of TEN purchases.
The decision to add one-gallon jugs to its product line was based on the preferences of its core consumers, including professional athletes like Colin Jones, Teddy Williams and Mario Addison of the Carolina Panthers, who drink a lot of water and endorse the health benefits of alkaline hydration.
“We noticed the trend among athletes and health-conscious consumers to drink and purchase alkaline water in large quantities and often see people in gyms drinking water straight out of gallon bottles,” said Jose Fernandez, CEO of TEN Spring Water. “We’re excited to provide alkaline water enthusiasts with a new option to purchase our super pH water.”
TEN is sourced from underwater caves deep below the earth’s surface that are natural quartzite and granite aquifers with rock so dense that it naturally filters the water to an incredibly ultra-pure state. The company has begun sourcing its water from a fourth location in Blue Ridge, Georgia at the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and is adding staff in logistics and quality control roles to enhance production and distribution capabilities.