Monday, November 9, 2015

My Texas Alphabet: O for Ozarka

The idea for this alphabet post series comes from ' The Alphabet of My Emigration' by Dee Dorota L., member of The Polish Ladies Abroad Club, who has relocated to England.
I have also decided to join the project and write about My Texas Alphabet twice a week.

Ozarka is our favorite mineral water. It is actually 100 % spring water which comes from carefully selected natural sources in Texas. The brand name is connected with the Ozark Mountains in Arkansas - where the Ozarka Water Company was founded in 1905 (in Eureka Springs).  Their mineral water is very tasty and refreshing, and we drink it every day - all year round. What is important: all the plastic bottles produced by the Ozarka Waters Co. are recyclable.

Ozarka 100% Natural Spring Water is now part of the Nestle Waters North America Inc.

From the label on our Ozarka bottle:
Water source:  Piney Woods Springs, Wood County, TX and/or Moffit Spring, Walker County, TX and/or Roher Spring, Henderson County, TX.

More info on Ozarka Water Company website.

Other 'O' entries by Polish Ladies Abroad:

Jagoda / O jak Otwarcie granic
Karolina / O jak Oxyreduction 
Gabi / O for Outgoing / O jak Otwartosć

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