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New venture focuses on pristine spring water in rural Alabama

MINERAL SPRINGS, Alabama — Governor Kay Ivey joined the leaders of Alabama Mineral Springs LLC today to celebrate the company’s ambitious five-year project to sustainably distribute mineral-rich water from a free-flowing spring in Chilton County.

Alabama Mineral Springs LLC is officially starting production today at a $6 million bottling plant at the location where natural spring water was first discovered around 165 years ago.

The company held a ribbon-cutting ceremony and staged tours of the new facility this morning in the Mineral Springs community. Bottles of its “Simply Artesian” water will go on public sale in early July.

“It’s thrilling to see this historic site be revived by a business that wants to bring a healthy product that’s genuinely ‘Made in Alabama’ to the world,” Governor Ivey said.

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