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Lifespan Spring Water strikes Grand Gold at Monde Selection again

Published:Thursday | April 15, 2021 | 12:14 AM
Dr Alfred Dawes observes the recycling and packaging capabilities at Lifespan Spring Water Ltd’s Buff Bay Portland facility along with Company CEO Nayana Williams.
Dr Alfred Dawes observes the recycling and packaging capabilities at Lifespan Spring Water Ltd’s Buff Bay Portland facility along with Company CEO Nayana Williams.

Jamaica’s Lifespan Spring Water Co has again struck gold at international quality standard institute Monde Selection. Bottled directly from the source in Portland, Jamaica, the spring water was awarded Grand Gold at the 60th annual Monde Selection. This award guarantees that the quality of the product has been tested and approved by a professional jury under rigorous evaluation procedures and strict criteria.

Celebrating 60 years of experience, Monde Selection has established itself as a leading authority in the quality evaluation of consumer products based on scientific parameters. A jury of experts comprising technicians, master brewers and chemical engineers renowned for their knowledge in food science, biotechnology, brewing science and fermentation technology carries out the evaluation process.

“We are very proud to once again take home a Monde Selection Grand Gold Award for quality and taste. This award speaks to the level of care, diligence and attention to detail that is poured into each bottle of Lifespan Spring Water. We are committed to providing the best-tasting, naturally alkaline spring water, and all our efforts to this point have yielded success. Our extraction and bottling processes are intricate and ensure that our quality and taste are constant, for the second consecutive year we have secured an international award that validates this truth,” explained Nayana Williams, CEO Lifespan Spring Water Company Limited.

To guarantee an objective and comprehensive judgement, each jury member is asked to independently and without deliberation fill out a specific evaluation form, including up to 20 parameters to establish the quality profile of the product.

The current global situation did not stop over a thousand companies from 90 countries to submit more than 3,100 products in this year’s World Quality Selections.