Deep Sea Water
This unique and in high demand Hawaiian deep sea water source is extracted from a depth of 3,000 feet off the coast of Kona, Hawaii. The water is gently desalinated to reduce levels of sodium for human consumption but still retains the natural balance of minerals and electrolytes ideal for hydration and overall well being.
Thousands of years ago around Greenland in the North Atlantic, gigantic icebergs began to melt as the result of a dramatic climate change. The resulting melting water quickly sank to the bottom of the ocean to depths exceeding 10,000 feet. As it sank it did not mix significantly with the surrounding ocean water because of the difference in temperature and salinity becoming part of the global conveyor belt.
Kona's location and depth the water is drawn from at the end of the Global Conveyor Belt means the water is naturally free of pathogens, chemicals and pollutants and rich in minerals and electrolytes.
Available in both bulk and private label bottles for the commercial market, deep sea water and sometimes called deep ocean water, has a strong and loyal following in several asia countries and is just now beginning to break into the North American market.