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Look Deeper into VOSS Water

VOSS STILL

Purity of water is defined in part by the mineral level found in specific bottled waters and is referred to as Total Dissolved Solids (TDS).

TDS levels in VOSS are extremely low in comparison to other leading bottled waters.

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New Flavored Sparkling Waters*

Just in time for spring, VOSS added two refreshing and delicious flavors in 375ml Glass, Lemon Cucumber* and Tangerine Lemongrass*, to the sparkling water line-up. The all-natural, unsweetened and zero-calorie flavored sparkling waters are delicious on their own or would be the perfect complement to a variety of spirits and foods. >

Learn how you can win a case of our new Flavored Sparkling Waters on our Facebook!

*Available in the U.S. Only.

VOSS SPARKLING

The crisp refreshing taste of VOSS Sparkling is known to compliment fine food and delicate wines.

VOSS Sparkling contains TDS level of 290, which is very low in comparison to other leading natural sparkling water brands.

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VOSS Water Source

Welcome to Norway: The land of the midnight sun, home to the world's finest water.

Enjoy this video about how VOSS finds its way to you! More>

VOSS Water Facts: Pure Artesian Water

VOSS Artesian Water from Norway comes from a spring in a sparsely populated area on the southern tip of Norway, producing pure water like no other. This water is collected from an underground aquifer deep beneath the surface under layers of sand and gravel. Because the water is naturally filtered, it is free of contact with the air and other pollutants.

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FDA Regulation International Bottled Water Association Code of Practice
Revised 12/12
"Artesian Water" or “Artesian Well Water” means bottled water from a well tapping a confined aquifer in which the water level stands at some height above the top of the aquifer. Artesian water may be collected with the assistance of external force to enhance the natural underground pressure. On request, plants shall demonstrate to appropriate regulatory officials that the water level stands at some height above the top of the aquifer. (21 CFR§165.110(a)(2)(i).