Bottled Spring Water: The Drink for Massachusetts and Connecticut as we say goodbye to Winter!!
From Pittsfield to Springfield to Amherst and North Adams, Massachusetts is getting ready for spring already. And so is Connecticut, from Hartford to Enfield to Torrington. Western Connecticut and Massachusetts are preparing for the spring sports season for its grade school and high school students.
Basketball is now giving way to baseball, golf and tennis are being discussed again, and our sons and daughters are getting ready to compete on athletic fields outside.
And so, bottled water is again a chosen commodity among families who are concerned about their children’s health and wellbeing. Because it is not enough just to stay hydrated—it is important to stay hydrated with well-tested, low-sodium, lead-free, chlorine-free spring water—ideally from a local source to reduce the excess waste and carbon from long-distance shipping. And when it gets warmer outside, our bodies need more fluids, and that means more consumption of good quality bottled water.
If you don’t own a water cooler yet, consider it as a great investment—it helps keep our children drinking more water and fewer sugary soft drinks. It makes getting hot coffee and tea more convenient… and having your water delivered to your home is much more convenient than lugging it home from the supermarket. So that means you don’t run out of water—and that is particularly important when you have an active family and spring is in the air! You can even spend your time at baseball games, and not out shopping for water!