Hydrate Wisconsinbly with Northern Chill

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Searching for a high quality bottled water that’s made in Wisconsin?

Scaled Hydrate LogoNorthern Chill Natural Alkaline Mineral Spring Water is bottled right at the source in the beautiful north woods of Polar, WI. It has one of the highest natural 7.8+ pH factors available, contains 100% natural electrolytes and no artificial ingredients or additives so it’s naturally healthy.

A pH value of 7.0 means a substance is neutral. A value lower than 7.0 indicates acidity, while a value higher than 7.0 is alkaline. Alkaline water promotes hydration and better overall health.

Ice Age glaciers created the aquifer that produces Northern Chill. Springs are protected and monitored constantly to ensure initial water purity remains unchanged. Inside our plant, water is UV treated and micron filtered to ensure the highest quality level.

Bottles are 100% recyclable PET and BPA-free in a heavier weight that stands up to today’s active, healthy, outdoor lifestyle, so they won’t squish or leak when you pick them up or carry them when you’re on the go.

Northern Chill is available in five different sizes so you can choose the one right for you:New Northern Chill Bottles

  • 12-oz. mini ideal for children
  • 16.9 oz. 12-pk. convenient “grab ‘n go” size that’s lighter weight & easier to carry than traditional 24-pk.
  • 20-oz. upsize from 16.9 oz.
  • 700mL single ideal for staying hydrated throughout the day
  • 1L single refrigerator size bottle perfect for family use

Northern Chill is available at more than 50 locations across Wisconsin, including all Woodman’s locations. For a complete where to buy list visit https://langladesprings.com/our-brands/northern-chill/

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