Arrowhead is 100% mountain spring water.
The water sourced from carefully selected mountain springs in California, Colorado and Western Canada. We tested 3 bottles of Arrowhead water:
- Arrowhead 100% Mountain Spring Water 591mL (two different bottles)
- Arrowhead Mountain Sparkling Spring Water 1L
The water bottles are made from plastic. Arrowhead Spring Water costs $1.39. Arrowhead Spring Sparkling water costs $1.00
Arrowhead Mountain Spring Water 591mL
According to the Arrowhead website, the water is mother nature’s recipe. It’s filtered through rock and sand, then naturally emerges to the surface through springs. Arrowhead is committed to California for over 120 years.
Arrowhead Water Test Results
When we tested Arrowhead Bottled Spring Waters we found out that the TDS content was 233-236 and the pH was about 8.
Arrowhead Mountain Sparkling Spring Water 1L
Simply bubbles, mountain spring water, and CO2. This sparkling water is free of calories, sugars, sweeteners, and colors.
According to the bottle, the Nutrition Facts are:
Serving Size 8 FL OZ (240mL)
- Calories – 0
- Total Fat – 0g – 0%
- Sodium – 0 mg – 0%
- Total Carbohydrate – 0g – 0%
- Sugars – 0g
- Protein – 0g
Arrowhead Sparkling Water Test Results
Not a significant source of calories from fat, trans fat, cholesterol, dietary fiber, vitamin A, vitamin C, calcium and iron. Percent daily values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
When we tested Arrowhead Sparkling Spring Water the TDS result was 50-100 and the pH level was 4.5.
- Southern Pacific Spring, Riverside County, CA
- Arrowhead Springs, San Bernardino County, CA
- Long Point Ranch, Running Springs, CA
- Palomar Mountain Granite Springs (PMGS), Palomar, CA
- Deep Canyon Springs, San Bernardino County, CA
- Coyote Springs, Inyo County, CA.
For question or report on water quality please call: 1-800-873-7775
Nestle Waters North America INC.
StamFord, CA 06902