(Prevention.com) The labels may sport bubbling springs, mountain glaciers, and tropical oases, but if you've ever thought your bottled water tasted suspiciously like the H2O dripping out of your faucet, you may not be far off the mark. New research from Consumer Reports finds that 47 percent of bottled water sold in the U.S. comes from tap water that's been purified. Then there are the tricky terms like "artesian," "distilled," and "spring" that manufacturers use to define their product. Check out this guide that shows where the most popular brands are sourced.
More information? Go to: Where Your Bottled Water Really Comes From
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