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Where is Buxton Natural Mineral Water sourced from?

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Buxton® Natural Mineral Water is sourced in Buxton town, Derbyshire at St Ann's Spring, in the heart of the beautiful Peak District.

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How do we know Buxton® Natural Mineral Water is 5,000 years old ?

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We have carried out detailed isotope studies in conjunction with the British Geological Survey that showed that the water originated from meteoric waters (like rainfall) at the end of the last ice-age in the Palaeozoic epoch, about 5,000 years ago.

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How do you make the Buxton® Natural Mineral Water sparkling ?

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The method for carbonation (addition of carbon dioxide) to the product is achieved in the standard way of chilling the  water and then saturating the water with carbon dioxide gas under pressure just before filling. 

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Does Buxton® Natural Mineral Water come in flavours?

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No. Buxton® Natural Mineral Water is only available in plain still and sparkling options.

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Is sparkling water bad for your teeth?

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When looking at dental health, plain water (tap, still or sparkling) is an excellent drink of choice. Some sparkling waters have a lower pH than still water. Drinks with low pH values can have higher erosive potential than those with a neutral or alkaline pH.  However, you would have to drink significant volume of sparkling water and on a regular basis for a long period for this to be a cause for concern.

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