FoodBev.com Nominates Nitrate-free SNO™ Glacier Water From Iceland As One of World's 'Best New Drink Brands'
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 27, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Nitrate-free SNO™ glacier water from Iceland (www.drinkSNOwater.com) was nominated as one of the Best New Drink Brands in 2013 by FoodBev.com. SNO is available here at Bristol Farms.
Each year FoodBev.com Awards celebrate creativity and recognizes brands that are eye-catching, creatively dominant, original, unique, practical and useful.
Of the thousands of brands seeking this recognition, FoodBev.com selects only about 100 brands annually to qualify for its prestigious award and among them was one of the purest waters on the planet, SNO, coming soon to California.
"We're honored to receive this recognition by FoodBev.com," said Mr. Paul Kincaid, VP National Sales of i Glacier Water U.S.A. the Importer of SNO glacier water from Iceland.
FoodBev.com cited that SNO Glacier Water is taken directly from the famous 20,000-year-old glacier in Iceland, Eyjafjallajokull, where it is naturally filtered through layers of volcanic lava rock.
SNO water is the only 100% glacier water and one of the purest waters available on the market today, FoodBev.com reported. SNO is naturally high in oxygen, has a low TDS, a neutral body pH 7.4 and most importantly has zero nitrates.
According to medical authorities, fresh pristine water from Eyjafjallajokull, a natural glacier in Iceland, is an elixir of health, which can revitalize cells, rejuvenate our body, enhance physical endurance and allow maintenance of proper fat-to-muscle ratio.
Now one of the purest waters on the planet, nitrate-free SNO™ glacier water from Iceland, is available in California. "Taste it once, Love it forever," said Kincaid.
According to health experts, the quality of drinking water influences our health. One of the most vital life sustaining substances, water must flow through our systems continuously, but there's a problem.
Today most bottled waters fail to meet purity standards, said Dr. Maria Kraszynska.This is partly due to there being no specific regulatory guidelines defined by EPA or FDA.
In recent years, even natural mineral spring waters have suffered from man-made pollution, leaving a glacier water like SNO one of the only pure and natural waters one can drink.