About Grand Springs
Grand Springs water is bottled at the source in a controlled environment within our facility for your assurance of quality and purity.
Our production lines produce spring and purified water bottled in 3 and 5 gallon containers as well as 12 oz., 16.9 oz., 20 oz., and 1 liter bottles with a flat closure. The system employs a labeler utilizing pressure-sensitive, full-wrap, laminated labels. Grand Springs 5-gallon wash/fill system automatically removes the old plastic cap; detergent washes, sanitizes, rinses and fills with spring or purified drinking water, and attaches a new cap with the date and a lot number.
The plant is located on 495 acres. Numerous pristine spring sources are located within the property, in a protected environment. These springs have been protected for the purpose of producing Grand Springs premium water products.
The natural springs that feed Grand Springs have been a source of refreshment for centuries. Numerous Native American artifacts found at or near these springs indicate that distant civilizations depended upon this water for the raising of crops and for drinking.
Many years later, these same springs served the stagecoach passengers as they traveled between Lynchburg, Virginia and Fayetteville, North Carolina. These early settlers quenched their thirst as they bartered and traded goods in the near by market. After the Civil War, many local farmers used the springs to water their land and for daily living. We are proud to provide this timeless gift of the earth to the discerning customer seeking the best nature has to offer.