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Wenlock Spring Joins British Bottled Water Producers

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British Bottled Water Producers (BBWP) has announced that Wenlock Spring has joined our 'Best of British' group. 

Wenlock Spring, based in Church Stretton, Shropshire - sources its water from an unspoilt area which is designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest. 

Wenlock Spring bottles a variety of formats - including glass bottles for fine dining, PET containers for sport and convenience purchases and water coolers.

Jo Jacobius, Director of BBWP, said: “We’ve recently launched a new website and are keen for even more British water producers to join the network - the only dedicated organisation representing solely British bottled water companies. We are delighted that Wenlock Spring, one of Britain’s finest brands, has decided to join the Association”.

For information about joining British Bottled Water Producers contact  or visit our Become a Member page.

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Article posted on: 03 February 2014

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