Why Mountain Valley Is Special

Every drop of Mountain Valley Spring Water comes from a single spring surrounded by a protected forest in the Ouachita Mountains near Hot Springs, Arkansas. Mountain Valley Spring Company owns and protects over 2000 acres of forest that protect the spring upon which, there is no activity except the bottling of spring water.

Mountain Valley Aerial Shot

But the source of Mountain Valley’s quality is much deeper. Before rising to the surface in our springhouse, Mountain Valley is filtered naturally through layer after layer of shale, sandstone and limestone, acquiring healthy amounts of beneficial minerals such as calcium and magnesium. Mountain Valley Spring Water is sodium-free. The unique geological properties of the surrounding mountains give our water its excellent taste. Even the origins of our water couldn’t be purer. Based upon detailed studies, independent hydrologists determined the water coming from our spring today first fell as rain over Hot Springs 3,500 years ago. Since that time it has been slowly moving to the bottom of the protected aquifer, being filtered by nature and accumulating the beneficial minerals.Mountain Valley is naturally alkaline, with a pH of 8.0

After naturally flowing to the earth’s surface Mountain Valley is filtered and ozonated to ensure there is no biological contamination. During the bottling process, the water and all parts of the bottling equipment are tested daily by the quality control staff. In addition, every 10 seconds, automated equipment, monitored by this staff, checks our water for many key components such as total dissolved solid and pH.

Mountain Valley Spring Water and the bottling facility in Hot Springs, Arkansas are subject to inspections, both announced and impromptu, as well as rigorous oversight by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Food & Drug Administration (FDA), the Kosher Union, and the National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) which is on behalf of the International Bottled Water Association. View Current Mineral Analysis.