Warning: The 500mL cap is a small part and poses a CHOKING HAZARD, particularly for children.
Starting in 2011, we will be using the smaller cap on our 16 ounce, 20 ounce, 1 Liter, and 1.5 Liter bottle sizes and as these products are produced, you'll see a similar label statement on these products as well.
We’re committed to delivering crisp, clean and pure tasting water, and we have high standards. That’s why every drop of Nestlé® Pure Life® goes through a rigorous 12-step quality process.
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*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
We start with the careful collection of water, either from a
spring, well or municipal supply. Most commonly, the water
comes to our facility through a stainless steel pipeline. Then,
before we even start filtering the water, we take weekly
samples to perform microbiological tests.
Purifying our water is an intensive, multi-step process. When
necessary, it begins with carbon filtration to remove chlorine,
which typically impacts the taste of water, and organic
chemicals such as THMs (Trihalomethanes).
We then remove minerals through distillation, a process that
boils water and collects the condensation, or reverse
osmosis, a water purification technology that uses a
After carefully storing and monitoring the water, it’s time to
enhance the water with select minerals for taste.
Minerals can greatly affect the taste of water, and at Nestlé®
Pure Life® we’ve taken the time to find the right balance of
minerals that our customers prefer most. This unique balance
of high purity minerals gives our water its refreshing,
During micro-filtration we effectively control the smallest
microorganisms; our micro-filters are so advanced they’re
designed to remove particles 0.2 micron in diameter.
For added quality assurance, we also run ultraviolet light
disinfection under carefully controlled conditions and, when
necessary, ozone disinfection.
All of our processes to filter and purify our water are
monitored and tested frequently.
We bottle and package our water under controlled conditions
using state-of-the-art equipment. Every bottle is stamped
with the time and place it was filled. And if any bottles, caps or
labels don’t meet our standards, they are rejected. In fact,
we manufacture most of our bottles on-site to make sure
they’re done right.
Meanwhile, we use an advanced internal cleaning method
called Clean-In-Place. This automated system cleans our
equipment at specific times and at precise temperatures to
make sure everything stays sanitary from start to finish.
Every Nestlé® Pure Life® facility has a fully staffed Quality
Assurance Department and laboratory to maintain our quality
standards for all our water, materials, and processes.
Finally, samples of our water travel to our National Testing
Laboratory, which is equipped with state-of-the-art testing
machinery run by degreed, experienced personnel. This
laboratory analyzes water from all Nestlé® Pure Life® facilities
across the country.