What kind of plastic does Jackson Spring Water use to make their Bottles?

Jackson Springs Water’s bottles are made from high-grade PETE (polyethylene terephthalate) plastic, which is designated with the #1 code at the bottom of the bottle.

The FDA approves PETE as safe for contact with food and beverages.

PETE is also fully recyclable and can be transformed into a number of products such as food and beverage packages, apparel, carpet, automotive parts, and construction materials. Please check with your local municipality to see if PETE is recyclable in your area.

What is the pH of Jackson Springs Water?

Jackson Springs Water’s pH is naturally 8.1.

Pure or purified water has a pH of 7. Drinking and natural water can range in pH due to dissolved minerals and gases. Solutions with a pH of less than 7 are said to be “acidic” and those higher than 7, “alkaline”.


What Types of Minerals does Jackson Spring Water Contain?

Jackson Springs Water is natural artesian water that has the minerals Potassium, Calcium, and Magnesium which contribute to Jackson Springs Water’s award winning refreshingly smooth taste.

Potassium      1.38 mg/L*

Calcium           52.6 mg/L*

Magnesium    16.1 mg/L*

TDS                  238 ppm

*Typical Analysis

What makes Jackson Springs Water different from other waters?

Jackson Springs Water is sourced from a protected underground artesian aquifer deep in the Canadian Shield. Remnants of the last ice age, the water is over 13,000 year old.

The rich mineral profile contributes to Jackson Springs Water’s award winning taste profile and unique refreshingly smooth taste. Try it once and you’ll find you won’t settle for anything else.

What is “Natural Artesian Water”?

Artesian water comes from an aquifer; a naturally formed underground chamber consisting of layers of permeable rock that bears water, overlain by protective, rock that limits the entry of contaminates into the confined aquifer and pressurizes the chamber. In order to access the water, the rock barrier must be penetrated by a borehole or the creation of a well.