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Why Glass Bottles?

Why we bottle only in Glass

Our Commitment
At LALPINA Water, we strongly believe in the environmental and consumer benefits of glass.
We chose to use glass bottles because of its superior qualities and unparalleled look and feel.
Glass has zero the risks that are associated with Plastic bottles.
Glass is a renewable material, wholly organic made from sand.
Glass bottles were chosen to preserve the health benefits of LALPINA Natural High pH water.

We believe LALPINA WATER is the best water you can buy, "It Keeps You Young!".

Why do we only package LALPINA Natural High pH water in glass bottles?
  • Glass has zero the risks associated with PLASTIC "P.E.T." bottles - Estrogen and Testosterone imbalances among the many risks.
  • Glass has zero chemical interactions with water. Plastic "P.E.T." bottles have been proven to degrade, mixing the water with chemicals.
  • The ingredients used to produce plastic are known to cause cancer and contribute to many other health conditions.
  • Glass is the trusted and proven packaging for health, taste and the environment.
  • Glass is the only widely-used food packaging material granted the FDA status of “GRAS” or generally recognized as safe – the highest standard the FDA grants.
  • Glass is nonporous and impermeable, so there are no interactions between the glass bottle and the water to affect its flavor. No nasty after taste - ever.
  • Glass has an almost zero rate of chemical interactions, ensuring that the water inside a glass bottle tastes at it does when pulled from the source.
  • Choosing LALPINA Natural High pH water bottled in glass helps avoid the potential risks of plastic packaging while enjoying all of its benefits.
  • 80% of the glass that is recovered is made into new glass products. LALPINA is committed to a greener earth.
  • Glass is 100% recyclable and can be recycled endlessly without loss in quality or purity.
  • A glass container can go from a recycling bin to a store shelf in as little as 30 days. An estimated 80% of recovered glass containers are made into new glass bottles.