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8 REASONS WHY PATAGONIA WATER IS HEALTHIER

BIO: Patagonia is 100% natural without any additives or preservatives, bottled directly from the source to the bottle. From an Artesian Source: Our artesian aquifer is a confined aquifer containing groundwater under positive pressure that causes the water level in the well to rise naturally to a point where hydrostatic equilibrium is reached. The water emerges at a constant temperature of 50 ̊ F (10 ̊ C) all year around, showing the depth and the underground distance travelled, achieving a Superior Quality.

Untouched By Man: Our Patagonia water is encapsulated at 1200 metres above sea level in the Collon Cura Mountain area within the heart of the Andes. It travels through a natural filter, preserving its Purity unchanged throughout time, without any human contact neither with the compromised atmosphere of our century. Patagonia water is one of the last millennial reservoirs away from pollution and untouched by man.

Vintage (Age): Rain that fell more than 150 years ago is in the Patagonia bottle that you are drinking today.

Virginality: In a virgin terroir away from civilisation with a unique geological formation impart a unique mineral composition to our Patagonia water; many of these compositions are well reputed to have healthful properties.

Healthy Heart: Our low mineralization water is clean, well balanced with a neutral taste and less weight. Today Patagonia water is recommended by Cardiologists worldwide such as Favaloro Foundation (The bypass inventor).

Hardness: Naturally Soft thanks to the low levels and composition of the total dissolved minerals (TDS) found in our water.

Our Sparkling Water Is From Natural Gasification: Our carbonation comes from a naturally occurring source found deep beneath the artesian spring. This begins as volcanic gases, trapped within the geologic strata. Both the water and natural carbonic gas are captured independently. The carbonic gas comes from an isolated point at a different depth from the well, within the same geologic formation. Before the water and carbonic gas comes together for bottling, a filter is used to remove any natural impurities in the gas.