CULVER CITY, Calif., Aug. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Icelandic Glacial™, the super-premium, naturally alkaline spring water from Iceland, is excited to announce an expansion in distribution among all channels, including grocery chains, convenience stores, and natural retailers around the country. This includes major retailers such as Stop & Shop, Ahold Giant stores, MAPCO, and QuikTrip, as well as an increase from 1,200 to over 1,800 points of distribution in Kroger stores nationwide.
In addition to the expansion in storefront locations, Icelandic Glacial is expanding its natural footprint in Atlanta, where their Whole Foods division will now carry the brand after successful partnerships with west coast Whole Food stores. This exciting news comes on the heels of Icelandic Glacial Sparking™ being added to the current line-up, and the launch of glass bottles in sparkling and still, all nationwide.
"It has been a sensational year for Icelandic Glacial," said Chairman and Co-Founder, Jon Olafsson. "Our team is dedicated to seeing the brand grow, and their efforts are truly paving the way for continued success."
"We are pleased to see the brand growing rapidly across all channels," said CEO, Reza Mirza.
About Icelandic Glacial™
Icelandic Glacial is the super-premium natural spring water, bottled at the source from Iceland's legendary Ölfus Spring, which was formed more than 5,000 years ago and is shielded from pollution by an impenetrable barrier of lava rock. The spring produces water so pure that nothing is added or taken away. As a result, Icelandic Glacial possesses exceptional balance featuring a naturally low mineral content and a naturally alkaline pH of 8.4. Icelandic Glacial is further distinguished as the world's first certified carbon neutral natural spring bottled water for product and operation. Icelandic Glacial uses 100% natural green energy to fuel its production delivering a premium bottled water to discerning consumers around the world while maintaining a "net zero" carbon footprint.
SOURCE Icelandic Glacial