1. Which criteria must mineral water fulfill?
Ans - Originate from underground water aquifers.
Maintain its original purity.
Be nutritionally beneficial.
Have a natural mineral content.
Be bottled at the point of origin.
Must have BIS Certification no that start with 13.
2. How natural mineral water is different from Packaging water?
Ans - Natural mineral water is not at all chemically treated but packaging water is chemically treated like Chlorination.
In Natural Mineral water there is a small process for filtration in which no addition is done. In fact, the natural contents remain in water but in packaging water, it is chemically filtered.
Natural mineral water is healthier for the body because no chemicals are added but the packaging water is not as healthy as compared to mineral water because it is chemically treated.
3. How safe is mineral water?
Ans - Hardly any other food or beverage is as strictly monitored as natural mineral water. It is the only one that requires official approval before it can be sold. For this reason, our mineral water is tested multiple times before, during and after the bottling process. In India, BIS (Bureau of Indian Standard) determines mineral water designation and governs its processing, packaging, and labeling. Before our mineral water products leave the company, the mineral content, carbonic acid content, microbiology, and other aspects are analyzed. The controls we have in place and the daily testing we conduct meet the BIS highest requirement, ensuring we can sell our water as “natural mineral water”.
4. Is mineral water allowed to be treated?
Ans - Essentially, the ingredients of mineral water cannot be changed. However, India’s Mineral and Table Water Regulation do allow the removal of iron, manganese, and sulfur in natural mineral water. This treatment takes place for aesthetic reasons or because of the taste and smell. Additionally, carbonic acid may be removed or added to mineral water.
5. Is Liquid Life Mineral Water treated with ozone?
Ans - Liquid does not use ozone to treat mineral water. Instead, we use an alternative procedure to naturally filter iron and manganese from our mineral water. Traces of iron and manganese are removed for aesthetic reasons.
6. What are the mineral precipitates?
Ans - Liquid Mineral Water is rich in minerals, but these minerals are dissolved and with the aid of carbonic acid, they are held in suspension in the water. Physical and chemical changes, for example, temperature, pressure or levels of carbonation can cause minerals to fall out that is, microscopic mineral elements can come together and become visible. Hence the light residue you can sometimes see on your glass after enjoying Liquid.