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Badoit (pronounced “Ba-dwah”) is named after Auguste Badoit, who began bottling the water of Saint Galmier, in France’s Loire Valley, in 1838. The water was sold only in pharmacies until 1954. Badoit is a light, intensely sparkling naturally carbonated mineral water, with a rich mix of essential elements ... more

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Ararimu Valley Alkaline Water
New Zealand
Ararimu Valley Mineral Water is a naturally alkaline water which distinguishes it from others. Our body’s blood and cells are naturally slightly alkaline but the foods and beverages we consume tend to be acidic, often upsetting the body’s natural balance. Consuming an alkaline water helps keep the body in equilibrium. Ararimu Valley is bottled at source from a subterranean aquifer 725ft below ground, in the Ararimu Valley of Waimauku, north west of Auckland.
Ararimu Valley Alkaline Water
Bicarbonates 90
Calcium 10
Chloride -
Flouride -
Magnesium 10
Nitrate -
Potassium 0.9
Silica 20
Sodium 71.5
Sulphates -
TDS (ppm) 220
Hardness 65
pH 10
CO2 -
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24x750mL Sipper $49.90 ($2.08 each) ADD TO CART
What is pH?

pH ("Potential Hydrogen") is a measure of acidity/alkalinity ranging from 0-14.0. While a pH of 7.0 is considered neutral, our blood has a pH of around 7.4. The standard for domestic water is 6.5 - 8.5. A pH of 7.5, which is slightly alkaline, is often considered to taste the best. However, the taste also depends on personal preference and can vary according to the water’s mineral levels.
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