Why We Love This
Pure Life water goes through a multi-step purification process and is enhanced with a unique blend of minerals for a balanced flavor and clean, crisp taste.
About this item
- Nestle Pure Life water undergoes a 12-step quality process to make it's water distilled and disinfected
- Healthy alternative to sugary drinks
- Purified water has a crisp, refreshing taste
- Uses less water to bottle than other beverages
Kick back with a cool bottle of pure water with Nestle Pure Life Purified Water. Every bottle of Nestle Pure Life water is purified through a 12-step process that ensures you and your loved ones are getting the best of water. Sourced from wells and municipal sources, this water meets Nestle's strict standards. For a crisp and refreshing taste, a light blend of minerals is added after purification. Nothing goes better with everything and there is no better drink out there to keep you hydrated and feeling good than cold, purified water.
Nestle's 12-Step Purification Process
Every bottle of Pure Life purified water undergoes a 12-step quality process to promise you crisp, refreshing and clean tasting water. Starting with the collection process from municipal or well supplies, the water travels through stainless steel pipes and undergoes carbon filtration to remove chlorine and additional chemicals. The water is then boiled to remove the current minerals and recollected through condensation. Before being bottled, the water is stored and checked daily and a balance of minerals is added for taste. Finally, it goes through microfiltration to remove minuscule particles and ultraviolet disinfection.
A Drink That Supports Sustainability
Compared to other household beverages, Nestle Pure Life Purified Water uses less water in the processes of preparation and bottling. Only 1.95 liters of water is used to package, manufacture, retail and distribute one liter of Nestle's water. One liter of a simple of cranberry juice can use up to 84.6 liters of water.
How Should I Store My Nestle Pure Life Purified Water?
If not kept in a refrigerator or freezer, bottled water should be stored in a cool, dry place. Keep it out of direct sunlight to prevent diminishing water quality.
What Can I Add to Water to Spruce It Up?
You can enjoy cold purified water on its own or there are flavored powdered mixes that can be added to give it a sweet and fruity taste. Slice up a lemon, lime or cucumber and let it sit in your bottle for a more subtle but refreshing flavor.