LONDON, June 13, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Attention shoppers: did you hear the forecast for 'SNO™ this summer? That's right. Shoppers at Whole Foods and Tesco are in for a refreshing surprise, say the distributors of the freshest premium bottled water to hit the supermarket shelves here.
For glistening on those shelves is the new bottled Iceland glacier water bearing a picture of a silvery Arctic Fox, which could very well live up to its tag as "the purest water on the planet."
Whole Foods and Tesco join Harrods and other fine retailers, along with upscale hotels and restaurants in Europe who are carrying the premium bottled water that treats patrons to a blast of pure Icelandic SNO (www.iglacierwonders.com).
"SNO is a like a clear, clean refreshing sheet of pure snow on your tongue," said a spokesperson for the brand.
"To emphasize how deliciously snowy it is, we're planning to have some people on snow skis or on sleds outside of Whole Foods and Tesco, which are now carrying our pristine product from Iceland," she said.
"We're telling consumers to open their mouths to a blast of SNO. Taste the freshness of a SNO storm in June. Drink what many believe could be the purest water on the planet with zero nitrates. Then go traipsing home with SNO glacier water from Iceland."
Dietary Supplement News (DSN) recently gave SNO its highest rating for purity and in particular for containing zero nitrates, unlike most popular bottled waters, which contain various levels of nitrates. According to DSN this could make SNO "the purest water on the planet."
DSN (http://www.dietarysupplementnews.com/2013/04/21/iceland-glacier-water-sno-gets-dsns-highest-rating/) said SNO is naturally filtered through layers of volcanic lava rock, giving it purity, natural balance and crisp clean refreshing taste. "SNO is vastly different from all other bottled waters," said DSN, "which are basically spring waters derived from underground sources."
SNO also has a high oxygen content, healthy 7.4 pH, and a pure mineral balance TDS 52s."
Being the only true glacier water sourced from above ground, SNO cannot be contaminated by fertilizer run-off from farm-land that seeps into underground aquifers. DSN observed there is evidence high nitrate concentrations in infants can be deadly and may cause Blue Baby Syndrome
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SOURCE Iceland Glacier Wonders