Rich in Silica and other Natural Minerals.
Non-fluoridated as Nature Intended.
Kiwi Spring Premium Group is committed to sharing the best of New Zealand with the world. We take pride in producing only the highest quality products.
Kiwi Spring Mineral Water is currently available in:
500ml*24 per box
1.5litre*12 per box
Coming Soon: Sparkling Mineral Water!
Kiwi Spring is happy to arrange delivery
anywhere in the world.
For all order enquries,
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SILICA ‘The Beauty Mineral’ is one of life’s miracles!
Kiwi Spring water has some of the highest counts of Silica from any bottled water on the market today.
Silica has been called the ‘beauty mineral’ as it is an essential component in the elasticity of skin and muscles, as we grow older our bodies absorb less silica and without enough silica we get wrinkles and weakened muscles.
Silica helps your skin by assisting the collagen elasticity of all connective tissue in the body including your tendons and cartilage. It also assists with cell formation and metabolism. It’s no surprise that Silica has become the toast of the beauty industry.
Silica also has been shown to help fight the build-up of plaque in your arteries. Your body needs calcium for strong bones, but it also needs silica to allow the bones to absorb calcium properly.
When you have high levels of Silica in your blood it has been scientifically demonstrated that this reduces the process of calcification by allowing calcium to bond with your bones instead of building up in your bloodstream.
This calcification process has recently been identified as one of the main causes of heart disease, perhaps as important as cholesterol. This makes Silica an essential tool for your body to make sure that calcium goes where it is needed in your bones, and not your heart!
Silicic acid is an antidote for aluminium poisoning, and Silica is an excellent detox agent for heavy metals. Both brain tissue calcification and aluminium toxicity are linked to Alzheimer’s disease.
Now it’s been discovered that Silica can be supplemented to help prevent yet another aspect of aging dementia. Aluminium (Al) is passed out through the urine when one supplements Silica.
Analysis of Kiwi Spring Mineral Water
The exact composition of Kiwi Spring may vary, but the figures below represent a full range of the most common minerals and other relevant information.
|Nitrate N||<0.4 mg/L|
|Total Dissolved Solids||130-140 mg/L|
|Softness (as CaCO3)||11-14mg/L|
The water in Kiwi Spring is sourced from an underground aquifer in the North Island of New Zealand. Not only is this water protected from pollution and bacteria, it is also naturally filtered through underground strata rich in essential minerals.
Even though the water is safe to drink when we take it from the aquifer (1000ft deep), we still put it through a State of the Art filtration and bottling process to make sure it doesn’t pick up anything from the surface. The water is treated with UV light to kill any bacterial traces and is filtered thoroughly.
Kiwi Spring tastes great, the water has a softness of between 11-14.
Combine that soft taste with some of the highest counts of Silica and other minerals of any bottled water around the world, and you should be reaching for a bottle right now!
Water is sourced on site from a deep artesian well, from a depth of 320m underground. The water comes to the surface under its own artesian pressure. The water is piped from the well to the bottling plant in a closed pipe system to protect the water from exposure to the environment. The water temperature is between 18.6-19.5 degrees C all year round.
The source water flows under its own pressure (or with the aid of a booster pump as required) to the bottling plant and enters a stainless steel holding tank (Stage 1 Tank) inside a positive pressure filling room.
The water is passed through a UV filter before entering a second stainless steel holding tank (Stage 2 Tank). The UV filter is a germicidal type designed to target and kill germs and bacteria that might be present from time to time and is an in-flow system which runs at a minimum speed of 30mWs/cm2.
The second stainless steel tank contains an arsenic removal media filter (see SolmeteX ArsenX brochure). This FDA approved filter removes any traces of arsenic from the source water.
The water passes through a 2.5um GAFF Bag Filter to remove any particulate matter that may be present. This GAFF Bag filter is replaced every 48 hours of operation.
The water passes through a 0.2um (absolute) Cartridge Filter to remove any microparticulate matter, possible mould spores or bacteria that may be present. This filter is replaced as required.
The water is then treated / sterilized with Ozone at between 0.06-0.1 ppm (mg/L) for a period of 2-3 minutes, depending on water flow rates at the time. This process is finely controlled and closely monitored throughout production.
The water is then sent to the automatic 50 head bottle filling and 12 head capping machine where the bottles are filled and capped automatically.
Prior to filling, the empty bottles are rinsed with Ozone treated water on an automatic 50 head bottle rinsing machine. The rinse water Ozone level is between 0.8-1.4 ppm (mg/L).
The caps are rinsed with Ozone treated water immediately prior to capping by the automatic capper. The rinse water Ozone level is between 0.8-1.4 ppm (mg/L).
Filled bottles then move onto the conveyor line and onto the automatic labeler and bottle date coder before being packed into cardboard cases.
Kiwi is iconic New Zealand.
It all started as a name for a furry little bird that hides during the day and can’t even fly.
A bird so rare and invisible that most people from New Zealand will never even see one, except maybe in a zoo. But somehow this little bird managed to gain a foothold in the New Zealand spirit.
From there it grew, the image and the name gained in popularity and took off when it was adopted as a symbol by the NZ armed forces… then there was a popular shoe polish called ‘Kiwi’ and soon the name was even given to a fruit which resembled the small brown furry bird, ‘the kiwifruit’.
Today, ‘Kiwi’ is used by anything from sport-teams to the New Zealand dollar to the culture of NZ. It has become the unofficial name and symbol of anything from New Zealand including the people who now proudly call themselves ‘Kiwi’.
Because to us, ‘Kiwi’ is New Zealand.
Contact us to find out more about Kiwi Spring or become a distributor.
Level 1 & 2, 217 High Street, Lower Hutt, New Zealand.