New Forest Spring Water Joins BBWP
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British Bottled Water Producers, the trade association representing small and medium sized producers of bottled water, has announced that New Forest Spring Water has been accepted as a Member.
The Hampshire based water company sells via on-premises outlets including attractions and high end restaurants, spas, bars and hotels. It has also recently bottled celebratory water for Army regiments and offers bespoke bottling for private label customers.
An existing bottling plant was purchased just three years ago by Director Kevin Cowell and his business partners and has since flourished, growing by 120%. The company’s success has led to the appointment of an experienced production director and the New Forest Spring Water now sells its products widely across the south of England. Now it is looking to expand its geographical customer base.
New Forest Spring Water is sourced from an Artesian spring within the New Forest National Park. The water first falls in the Brecon Beacons in Wales, trickling through a subterranean lime-scale water route and taking an estimated 20-30 years to emerge in the New Forest. It is prized for being pH neutral. The water is packaged in glass (70% of output) for fine dining and the remaining 30% is bottled in PET for spas and other leisure attractions.
Jo Jacobius, Director of British Bottled Water Producers (BBWP), said: “We are thrilled to welcome New Forest Spring Water to the BBWP network. British sourced waters continue to sell strongly across the UK and niche companies such as this new member have a significant contribution to make to the hydration needs of consumers. Hotels and restaurants often market the local provenance of produce they serve and this beautifully packaged water is an appealing addition to any establishment”.
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Article posted on: 29 June 2015
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