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Garibaldi Springs' glacier fed, natural spring water percolates from the toe of an ancient dicitic lava flow at a rate of 5,000 litres per minute at 5 degrees Celsius year-round. The water is naturally low in dissolved solids; well balanced in element distribution and far exceeds water quality parameters from around the world. The spring water originates from ancient glaciers atop 3,000 metre Mt. Garibaldi near Squamish, BC on Canada’s mountainous west coast.

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