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Ten Alkaline Spring Water Expands Distribution To Lowes Foods


Boca Raton, Florida-based Ten Alkaline Spring Water has expanded its product distribution to all Lowes Foods locations throughout the East Coast. All locations will carry its 1 gallon and 1.5 liter bottles, which both have been top selling products year over year.

Nearly 150 markets are owned and operated by Lowes Foods, and Ten will also be carried in their sister stores – Just $ave, KJ’s Market and UGA Southeast. Over the decades, Lowes Foods has become an East Coast staple, having stores located in South Carolina, North Carolina and Virginia.

Ten continues to scale its retail distribution around the U.S., giving consumers easy access to its lineup of 10Ph alkaline spring water which is sold in 0.5 liter six-packs, 1 liter bottles, 1.5 liter bottles, 1 gallon jugs and 12-oz. aluminum cans.

“We are thrilled to have Ten Alkaline Spring Water inside Lowes Foods stores, and thank their team along with UNFI for the opportunity,” said Jose Fernandez, CEO. “We know how careful store brands like Lowes Foods are with selecting products for their shelves, and we are excited to show their customers the premium 10Ph quality of the Ten brand.”

Since being founded in 2013, Ten has grown its retail distribution and has partnered with United Natural Foods for expanded retail opportunities across the United States. The alliance has helped Ten create new grocer partnerships, giving new and loyal consumers the opportunity to experience the quality and benefits of its natural spring water.

In addition, Ten recently introduced a new aluminum can in an eight-pack carton and is currently being sold in stores including Publix, Food Lion, Wegmans, The Fresh Market, Hannaford, Foodtown, Fairway, Whole Foods, United, Ingles and Food City.

Ten Water is naturally filtered by the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in underwater caves deep below the earth’s surface. These caves are natural quartzite and granite aquifers with rock dense enough to naturally filter the water to a pure state, free of chemicals, impurities or pollution.

For more information, visit tenspringwater.com.

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