Total Beverage Services Water is made in Oklahoma using artesian well water. From sourcing the best water and using durable PET bottles to designing custom labels, Total Beverage Services has provided superior beverage products for nearly 20 years.
Rather than using municipality water, we draw directly from our artesian aquifer to offer our clients the purest form of water available. Through a stringent reverse osmosis and ozonation process, we further ensure its natural clean and refreshing taste without the use of chemicals or added minerals. Poured in 19 and 26 gram PET plastic (depending on bottle size), our PET bottles are robust and durable enough to go wherever you do.
From regular office and route delivery to private corporate and event labels, Total Beverage Services’ custom client services offer something for just about everyone. For more information on order and delivery options, please contact us.
Total Beverage Services sources the cleanest water possible before putting it through further purification and testing. Unlike municipal or public water, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulates the bottled water industry. Our water is tested weekly by the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) and annually in compliance with FDA regulations and IBWA standards recommendations.
At each of these checkpoints, our water exceeds industry standards. For detailed information on our water’s results, we’ve provided the most current reports below.
When produced to regulation and properly stored, bottled water is considered to have an indefinite shelf life. After a few years, however, stored bottled water can gain an “off” odor or taste. To combat this, Total Beverage Services only bottles our product after receiving an order and voluntarily issues an expiration date on each bottle.
Below is an example of date codes printed on the bottom of the bottle:
MFG – Production date of January 1st, 2016
EXP – Expiration date using 24 months
The Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) test is used as an indicator test to determine the general quality of water. The higher the number the larger the amount of any minerals, salts, metals, cations or anions dissolved in water.