Galvanina is Italian sparkling mineral water with added natural carbonation. It has no artificial colors or flavors.
The mineral content in this water is low.
The bottle says the unique taste of Galvanina sparkling mineral water is from the heart of Italy, the food-loving land where Prosciutto, Parmesan, Tortellini and Balsamic Vinegar were created. Galvanina’s protected source is famous for its light and refreshing water with the perfect balance of minerals, making it a legend since it was first discovered by the Romans 2,300 years ago. Family owned and operated for e century, Galvanina is proud to bring this Italian tradition to America.
You can buy Galvanina sparkling mineral water from Starbucks and it costs $2.25.
Total Dissolved Solids – 350mg/L
Serving Size 8 fl oz (240ml)
Amount per serving
- Calories 0
- Total Fat 0g – 0%
- Sodium 0g- 0%
- Total Carbohydrate 0g – 0%
- Protein 0g – 0%
- Calcium – 2%
Not a significant source of calories from fat, saturated fat, trans fat, cholesterol, dietary fiber, sugars, vitamin A, vitamin C, and iron.
Percent Daily Value is based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
- Mineral water
- Carbon dioxide (with natural carbonation added)
Galvanina Water Test Results
During our test of Galvanina sparkling mineral water, we found that the TDS content in the water was 200-250 ppm. That means Galvanina is marginally acceptable and hard water.
The pH content in the water was 5.5. It means Galvanina sparkling mineral is considered acidic water.
Bottled at Metic Source, Apecchio Italy, by La Galvanina Spa, Rimini, Italy.
For water quality and information, please call: 1-800-704-2944
- October 25, 2019
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- Italian Water, Mineral Water