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Alkaline Water, Grand Springs increase manufacturing capacity in Northeast

Published 16 September 2016

The Alkaline Water Company has entered into a co-packing agreement with Virginia-based Grand Springs.

Starting in 2017, the facility will be able to generate over $2,000,000 per month in wholesale production.

The Alkaline Water Company COO Richard A. Wright said: "This agreement creates a great opportunity for us to utilize a SQF certified facility and increase our manufacturing capacity on the east coast.

"We are very fortunate to have Grand Springs as a co-packer. Their commitment to quality and customer service will allow us to aggressively expand into major retailers in the northeast." 

Grand Springs owner and CEO Robert A. Smith said: "We are very excited to be in business with one of the fastest growing beverage companies in the country and are proud to be associated with a group that shares our commitment to producing the highest quality drinking water."

Source: Company Press Release