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Flow Water 500ml

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Balance your body with healthy minerals. They give Flow that delicious taste so you can give your body more of what it needs.

Estimated delivery: Shipping between 1-2 days in Ontario/Quebec and 1-4 days Canada-wide

  • Ingredients: Natural Spring Water. 

    The Source:
    A family-owned artesian spring in Bruce County, Ontario, Canada.

    Pure Properties:
    Their water travels through subsurfaces as it migrates to a limestone aquifer where it’s kept. Impurities exit along the way and nutritious minerals move in, making for great tasting and healthful water.

    Positive Renewal:
    Self-sustaining, self-replenishing by rain, their source will always be protected and never drained. Water from deep within the spring is minimally treated for bacteria. No additives. No disruption. 100% highest and kindest quality possible.

    Flow Features:

    • Healthy minerals for hydration and taste.
    • Electrolytes electrify athletic recovery.
    • An alkaline pH of 8.1 keeps acid levels in line.
    • Super taste to supercharge ya.

    What makes Flow water alkaline?
    Limestone bedrock adds calcium carbonate to our water. An ion that acts as a buffer against acidic impacts.

    The Pack:
    Tetra Pak is a world leader in good packaging. They work with non-GMO farmers in Brazil to create kinder plastic caps derived from sugarcane. But that’s just 5% of their pack. Even sweeter, their complete package is 100% recyclable and made with up to 70% renewable material, majority of which is paperboard. Paperboard is a super material. Its making process uses minimal fossil fuels and energy, sees a very low carbon footprint and considers high care for the planet. The waste reduction is massive.

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