You don’t need a yardstick to see that Texas is big. But we like to keep things close. Real close.That’s why our springs for Ozarka® Brand Natural Spring Water are all within 100 miles of each other, and you’ll primarily find Ozarka® Natural Spring Water in Texas and a few lucky neighboring states.
You can find Roher Spring under the big blue Texas sky in a green pasture not too far from Dallas. It’s right around the corner from the colorful Purtis Creek State Park, which isn’t too bad a place to go for a swim or cast your fishing line (but look out for swimmers).
Nestled between two national forests, Moffit Spring doesn’t look like what most people think Texas should look like. The lush green land around this spring is a ways away from the deserts in West Texas and the art oasis in Marfa, but the water from here couldn’t taste any more uniquely Texan.
Piney Woods Spring is comfortably situated in the middle of nowhere (like a lot of lovable places in Texas). Country roads and crisp spring water are just about the only things you’ll find around these parts — and that’s not a bad thing. It’s a serene slice of Texas we’re happy to call home.
We don’t shy away from getting up close and personal about taking care of the Texas spring sources for Ozarka® Brand Natural Spring Water. That’s because the people behind the water uphold the traditions and values of the Lone Star State, from sourcing to bottling and beyond.
Every sip of Ozarka® 100% Natural Spring Water goes through the same 11-step quality process. From spring to bottle, we put our water through filters, tests and more so that every drop is up to par. Download our quality report below to learn more.
If it’s a bottle of Ozarka Brand Natural Spring Water, it’s recyclable. This includes our big 3- and 5-gallon refillable bottles that get returned to us, washed, sanitized and refilled more than 20 times before getting recycled. To learn more about how you can take part in this recycling rodeo, visit earth911.com.