Monday, 21 October 2013
Swithland Spring Water
The vast bulk of the water from Swithland Spring goes to water coolers in offices, schools, factories and the like. Over 2,000 such premises are currently supplied, with some domestic business in the area around the farm.
The Swithland Spring draws water from deep beneath the Charnwood Hills. It is a moderately mineralised water that has its own unique and pleasant flavour delicately filtered by nature. The catchment area for the water that filters down to rest under the Charnwood hills is predominately woodland and parkland and still retains the unspoilt beauty of the ancient forest.
A bottling plant and warehouse has been established at the spring source in Swithland, with all the latest equipment on site to ensure that every attention is given to cleanliness. This ensures the high quality of the water is maintained and that it is bottled in its purest form.
Address: Swithland Spring Water
Tel: 01509 891189
from "Leicestershire Food and Drink" by Rupert Matthews.
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