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Zephyrhills (water)

In today's world, Zephyrhills (water) has become a topic of great relevance and controversy. For decades now, Zephyrhills (water) has captured the attention of experts and neophytes alike, generating heated debates and passionate reactions. The impact of Zephyrhills (water) is undeniable, affecting aspects as diverse as economics, politics, science, and culture. Regardless of the perspective from which it is approached, Zephyrhills (water) has become an omnipresent phenomenon that demands to be analyzed carefully. In this article, we will explore different aspects related to Zephyrhills (water), seeking to shed light on its implications and challenges.

Zephyrhills water bottle
MarketSoutheastern United States
Produced byBlueTriton Brands
Introduced1957 (1957)
All concentrations in milligrams per liter (mg/L); pH without units

Zephyrhills is a brand of spring water sold regionally in the United States by BlueTriton Brands. It is sourced from Crystal Springs, located near Crystal Springs and Zephyrhills, Florida. As well as Cypress Springs, the water is sourced from Blue Springs, White Springs, and Spring of Life in Lake County, Florida. Its headquarters is located in Zephyrhills, Florida.


Zephyrhills Spring Water Company was started in 1957 by Don Robinson; however, the water wasn't bottled under the iconic Zephyrhills Water name until 1964.


In the company's history, it has been acquired twice, once in 1987 by Nestlé through the company Perrier and again in 2021 when Nestlé sold the company to a variety of investment firms including One Rock Capital Partners and Metropoulos & Co.


  1. ^ Company, Tampa Publishing. "Zephyrhills celebrates 50 years of bottling water". Tampa Bay Times. Retrieved 2021-04-27.
  2. ^ Samek, Kelly (2004). "Unknown Quantity: The Bottled Water Industry and Florida's Springs". Journal of Land Use & Environmental Law. 19 (2): 569–595. ISSN 0892-4880. JSTOR 42842856.
  3. ^ "Nestlé selling Zephyrhills spring water, other bottled brands for $4.3 billion". Tampa Bay Times. Retrieved 2022-03-09.

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