Alabama Mineral Springs starts production of bottled water

Chilton County company operating out of $6 million bottling plant

Alabama Mineral Springs in Jemison in Chilton County officially started production of its bottled natural spring water in its $6 million bottling plant Wednesday.

The company’s Simply Artesian water will go on sale in early July online and at select grocery stores.

“I am thrilled to see this historic site be revived by a business that wants to bring a healthy product that’s genuinely ‘Made in Alabama’ to the world,” Gov. Kay Ivey said at a ribbon-cutting ceremony. “This project has been a labor of love, and I’m thankful to the folks of Alabama Mineral Springs LLC for seeing the great potential here.”

Alabama Mineral Springs was formed in 2019 to bottle water from the Chilton County spring.

Diana Windsor, sales and marketing manager for Alabama Mineral Springs LLC, said the free-flowing spring brings up around 22,000 gallons a day. The company’s bottling plant is capable of bottling 5,000 servings an hour of the spring water.

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“Our mission is to save a precious natural resource and bring healthy hydration to a growing market,” said Windsor. “Our commitment lies in capturing the untouched purity and inherent goodness of Alabama’s mineral springs, which have been cherished by the local community for generations.”

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