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Our bottles indicate a "born on" date. Water should be stored in a cool (40 to 60 degrees), dark (away from sunlight), and dry (modest humidity-less than 50%) place. They should be as far away as possible from substances such as chemicals, detergents, cleaning supplies, gasoline, etc.

Our product is a natural product that contains no chemicals or preservatives. We purify our water down to 10 PPM using 10 stages of Reverse Osmosis, labeled purified water. We can further treat the water using two DI resin beds for completely mineral-free water, this is labeled as Demineralized water. As a result, extended exposure to the sun can cause bacterial growth.

To prevent this common and natural process from occurring and to maintain the quality of your bottled water keep the bottle out of direct sunlight and place it in a cool, dry, chemical-free area. If stored properly, water in 3 and 5-gallon containers have a shelf life of two years. Smaller containers, 1 gallon, and 2.5-gallon bottles are made with a thinner grade of plastic than larger bottles and have an optimal shelf life of about 6 months (but remain drinkable for two years). They have a shorter shelf life because they are more permeable to outside odors. Again, the key is how water is stored.

Bisphenol A - BPA

On August 14, 2008, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released a "Draft Assessment of Bisphenol A for Use in Food Contact Materials." In the draft report, the FDA stated that the agency continues to consider typical exposure of humans to bisphenol A as being safe. With regard to BPA thus far, the science the FDA has reviewed does not justify recommending that anyone discontinue using these products. For more information, visit:
http://www.bisphenol-a.org/.
http://www.edf.org/blog/2014/03/05/bpa-free-plastics-may-pose-equal-or-greater-hazard-predecessors

How do you ensure your Water quality?

Producing crisp, refreshing, great-tasting water is harder than it looks. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) regulates bottled water products under the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act, which means we’re required to meet stringent standards for quality and safety. Mountain Spring Water of Santa Barbara drinking water products meets or exceeds these standards, something we prove in certified laboratory tests. Not just any water makes it into our bottles. We go through multiple, closely monitored processing steps to ensure every container meets or exceeds our high-quality standards.
Federal, state, and industry bottled water quality standards establish limits for microbiological, physical, chemical, and radiological substances for both source water and bottled water products. Under federal Good Manufacturing Processes, only approved sources of water can supply a bottling plant.