Our bottled water is Mother Nature’s recipe. It’s filtered through rock and sand then naturally emerges to the surface through springs. Want to know more? We’re happy to show you around the places we call home.
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Our namesake spring can be found on a mountain in the San Bernardino range just east of Los Angeles. These mountains have beautiful hiking trails and spectacular views.
It may be known for wine, the Golden Gate Bridge and Silicon Valley, but we know Northern California has more to offer. Like the five springs we source water from — White Meadow, Lukens, Sopiago, Sugar Pine and Arcadia.
Most people know Southern California for its beaches, mountains and deserts. But mountain springs are a little harder to come by, which is why we’re proud to share these five with you.
The great outdoors knows no bounds. We trekked up to British Columbia until we hit a little town called Hope. There we found another high-quality mountain spring that helps us bring the taste of Arrowhead® Mountain Spring Water to our friends and neighbors in the Pacific Northwest.
Colorado is known for a lot of things — hiking, snowboarding, cycling and even microbrewing. But we think its greatest accomplishment is the fresh-tasting spring water that comes from the mountains.
Since 1895 Arrowhead Mountain Spring Water has been providing fresh-tasting spring water to our fellow Californians. Today, our 13 springs refresh all our friends and neighbors in and west of the Rockies.
To make sure we’re being responsible to the earth and our neighbors, we bottle natural spring water that naturally flows to the surface of our springs. We also have a team of geologists, natural resource managers and field experts who monitor and manage our springs and the surrounding land so that we are sourcing sustainably.
What makes our bottled water taste so fresh? It’s a couple of things really. One is the natural blend of minerals in every sip. The other is the 10-step quality process our natural spring water goes through. It’s what makes Arrowhead, Arrowhead. Download our quality report to learn more.