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San Pellegrino Sparkling Mineral Water Italy 8.45oz

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$1.99
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Clover Product ID: F34A7SQZR0ENP
UPC: 041508800075
Brand: San Pellegrino

San Pellegrino is high in mineral content - mostly Calcium, Magnesium, Bicarbonate, Chloride, and Sulphate. The extremely low Nitrate level is perhaps San Pellegrino's greatest virtue. The water is still as it comes from the ground, and is then charged with CO2 to give it the signature fizz. This renowned brand in its traditional green bottle is owned by Nestle Foods; its position in the marketplace speaks for itself.

San Pellegrino mineral water flows from a thermal spring at the foot of a dolomite mountain wall towering above the Brembo River in the Italian Alps. The town of San Pellegrino Terme is located near Bergamo some 25 kilometers northeast of Milan.

The properties of San Pellegrino® Sparkling Natural Mineral Water were renowned as early as the 12th century. Legend has it that Leonardo da Vinci visited the source while living in Milan. Da Vinci is credited with making the town of San Pellegrino famous.

He wanted to try its “miraculous water,” and in 1509, dedicated extensive studies and penned a lengthy treatise to water. Use of the water for therapeutic treatment, however, did not begin until the 18th century, due to the difficulties in reaching its remote location.

An analysis first done in 1748 demonstrates a composition that is surprisingly similar to that of today.

In 1839, the San Pellegrino Spring has become a renowned tourist location. The spa was created, and one can now relax their ills in the tubs, showers, adjacent spotless marble rooms and plentiful recreation areas.

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