There’s not a week that goes by that someone doesn’t tell me I’m the healthiest person they know. Although I have an intense craving for sweets a lot of times, my daily eating habits are pretty tight and in line with a healthy lifestyle. I like vegetables over fruit any day of the week, I mostly snack on healthy treats, and I read ingredient labels religiously. So when it comes to the drinks I consume, it’s no different!

For those that know me, you know I love going to Whole Foods and trying out something new healthy. Although when it comes to water I am pretty picky. There are only 2 commercial brands on the market I will drink and even then, I try to stick to drinking water in my glass bottle before I reach for the plastic. I had the chance to speak to a rep from JUST water, a company based in Glens Falls, New York, with 100% boxed spring water. So when this company offered to send me some samples of their water, I did a little research on them and loved what I read! I was thrilled to give it a try!

The Scoop:

  • 100% Spring Water which comes from the Glens Falls’ watershed at the base of the Adirondack Mountains
  • Paper-based bottle, using ethically sourced renewable materials
  • Paper comes from certified forests
  • Carton is 100% recyclable


The water tasted crisp and super clean and refreshing without the aftertaste of lead or salt. My husband described it as “tasting like water is supposed to taste.” Not only was it good, but all of the environmental benefits are a great asset to be proud of buying. Not only that, the water is only 99¢ for this 16.9 oz bottle!

Where can you find JUST water? They are partnered at your local Whole Foods Market nationwide. Click here to read all about JUST water. I’ll be stocking up on these for sure!

Disclaimer: I received a sample of this product in exchange for a review. This review is an authentic look at my opinion of the JUST water brand and all opinions are my own.

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