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The bottle I tested at work had a pH of 6.0.
Meg Madigan
· April 2, 2017
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It is BPA-free plastic, I doubt you will ever see it in glass due to the intended use environment. Ask the manufacturer.
P. Wilson
· January 30, 2020
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I’m not sure about Glyphosate what is that? Its water, I’ve never seen water with gluten in it.
RJ
· August 26, 2019
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There is no lead warning on my bottle
Pamela S
· October 10, 2018
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I take that back I see on the bottle it IS reverse osmosis water 😅
Salava90
· September 17, 2018
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100% BPA free recyclable plastic. Reuse these bottles as much as possible!
N. Smith
· September 24, 2019
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Reverse osmosis water, calcium chloride, magnesium chloride and potassium bicarbonate (electrolyte and mineral sources) for taste and hydration.
RJ
· August 26, 2019
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I have no idea, and I have not personally tested the water to know if their claims of the bottle being BPA free & also not having flouride, chromium6, MTBE, arsenic & chlorine. The bottle states it is made in USA, and for quality & information contact CORE NUTRITION 1.855.DRKCORE or core-hydration.com
kandy
· April 27, 2019
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There may be but I use this so frequently I never checked. Because It's in a plastic bottle I would imagine the expiration date would be the same as regular bottled water.
C-Dub
· October 24, 2019
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None that I know of..
Debbie
· July 31, 2019