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Greene Concepts Adds Gallon Water Jugs To Product Offering


Marion, North Carolina-based Greene Concepts is installing and testing new equipment for the production of one-gallon water jugs at its bottling plant. The elevated volume capability of the new one-gallon manufacturing line along with product quality makes Greene Concepts a white label manufacturer of choice.

“Thanks to this new equipment, we’ll be able to produce multiple truckloads of one-gallon water jugs to satisfy our increased white-label manufacturing requests. This provides us with two separate production lines for both gallon bottle development and single serve development,” said Ken Porter, plant manager.

“Installation and testing of the new line should take around 10 weeks meaning we’ll be up and running before the end of October. I also want to take this time and let everyone know that our plant’s quality of water report is current and that we continue to meet the FDA’s regulation requirements for bottled water production.”

Amy McNally, VP of Sales and Marketing, states, “Greene Concepts is adding a new product size to our existing offerings with gallon-sized bottled water jug production. The new equipment focuses on efficiency and maximizes production. We are now a step closer toward meeting our high-volume goals.”

Greene Concepts is a publicly traded company whose purpose is to provide the world with enhanced beverage choices that meet the needs of its consumers while refreshing mind, body and spirit. The company’s flagship product, Be Water, is an artesian bottled water that supports total body health and wellness. Greene Concepts’ water is ethically sourced from seven spring and artesian wells that are fed from a natural aquifer located deep beneath the Blue Ridge Mountains.

“Thanks to our investment into the new gallon bottled water production line, Greene Concepts will soon have a new product offering that offers additional size options for both sustainability and increased hydration satisfaction,” said Lenny Greene, CEO of Greene Concepts.

For more inforamtion, visit greeneconcepts.com.

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