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Poland Spring Sparkling Water

France has Perrier, Fiji has Fiji, and Maine has Poland Spring. Or had, we should say, as the Maine brand is now owned by Nestlé.
In an age where soda is passé, we need something to fill our carbonation void. Sparkling water does the trick. Liters of Poland Spring sparkling water seem more accessible than ever before. If you’re addicted to it, like we are, you can now get your fix at corner stores, take-out restaurants, and groceries all over the city. Get them in lemon, orange, lime, raspberry-lime, or plain. If you drink them in excess, as we do, be sure to think about the bulk option and its ease on your pocket. Here are some cost comparisons (not including tax and deposit):
MAINE BEER & BEVERAGE $1.62
COLUCCI’S $1.59
WEST END GROCER $1.54
DOWNEAST BEVERAGE $1.45
OH NO CAFÉ $1.35
HANNAFORD and WHOLE FOODS $0.99
RSVP $0.75 each (in an $8.99 12-bottle case)

Poland Spring | polandspring.com

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