A class -action lawsuit has finally been levied against Poland Springs and their damning mis- representation of their product. Claiming to be from a fresh spring in Maine, Poland Springs water is actually GROUNDWATER. Even the Food and Drug administration agrees with that the fact that this IS a well-known fact and has been for some time.
The irony of all this is that the ACTUAL Poland Springs where the water was once collected DRIED UP 50 YEARS AGO. Nestle’, of course, had a response:
According to the Food and Drug Administration, spring water must come from an underground source and flow naturally to the earth’s surface. But spring water doesn’t have to be literally collected at the spring — it can also be pumped out from a hole in the ground. A spokeswoman for Nestlé Waters North America said its water meets all federal and state guidelines for spring water.
So even though they admit they are lying, they are saying it is perfectly within the standards of all water sold across the country. The class-action lawsuit has 11 plaintiffs and is expected to be quite the spectacle.