Earth’s Fine Water starts in the clouds. High above Fiji, over 1,600 miles from the nearest continent, tropical rainfall is purified by equatorial trade winds.
The rainwater slowly filters through volcanic rock, gathering electrolytes and minerals, contributing to the distinctly soft, smooth taste of FIJI Water.
Then the water collects in a natural artesian aquifer deep below the Earth’s surface before it’s bottled at the source. Untouched by man, until you unscrew the cap.