ANN ARBOR, Mich., May 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- SNO™ glacier water from Iceland, already rated "purest water on the planet," has chalked up yet another third-party certification, this one from the highly-respected National Sanitation Foundation (NSF).
SNO (www.iglacierwonders.com) received NSF's certification, symbolizing it has met NSF's stringent compliance standards assuring consumers this product has undergone extensive product testing and analysis, including a complete evaluation of every aspect of SNO's development.
"We're honored to have received certification from this prestigious organization that serves the public in much the same way as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) or the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), said Iceland Glacier Wonders.
The certification assures consumers SNO has met NSF's high standards of consistent compliance.
Dietary Supplement News (DSN) recently gave SNO its highest rating for purity and in particular for containing zero nitrates, unlike most popular bottled waters, which contain various levels of nitrates. According to DSN this could make SNO "the purest water on the planet."
DSN (http://www.dietarysupplementnews.com/2013/04/21/iceland-glacier-water-sno-gets-dsns-highest-rating/) described SNO also as the best tasting of all bottled waters tested as "it is naturally filtered through layers of volcanic lava rock, giving it purity, natural balance and crisp clean refreshing taste."
"SNO is vastly different from all other bottled waters," said DSN, "which are basically spring waters derived from underground sources."
SNO, on the other hand, comes from on high, from a 20,000-year old legendary Iceland Glacier, so it's likely the cleanest, purest drinking water from a pristine source and an unpolluted pre-historic time.
"You'll not only enjoy its delicious taste of SNO, but you'll be treating your body to unique benefits, such as SNO's high oxygen content, healthy 7.4 pH, pure mineral balance TDS 52 and zero nitrates," said Iceland Glacier Wonders.
Being the only true glacier water sourced from above ground, SNO cannot be contaminated by fertilizer run-off from farm-land that seeps into underground aquifers. DSN observed there is evidence high nitrate concentrations in infants can be deadly and may cause Blue Baby Syndrome.
Currently SNO is sold in the UK and places like Dubai and served at fine hotels and restaurants in Europe; also at fine stores like Harrods and some luxurious hotel spas in the U.S.
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SOURCE Iceland Glacier Wonders