Hawaiian Springs Water Sees Momentum in Retail Growth, Now Available in Supermarket and Gourmet Food Chains in the Southwest

Lava-Filtered Artesian Water from Hawaii Now Available in 105 H-E-B stores in Texas and 13 AJ’s Fine Foods in Arizona

HONOLULU — Hawaiian Springs, LLC, a Hawaii-based premium natural bottled water company, has increased its retail availability to 105 H-E-B grocery stores in Texas and 13 AJ’s Fine Foods stores in Arizona. H-E-B, a major supermarket chain based in San Antonio, has more than 315 stores in Texas and northern Mexico. AJ’s Fine Foods was established in 1985, with a mission to bring an upscale gourmet market experience with unmatched customer service and fine food expertise to their 13 locations in Tucson and Phoenix. Prior to the placements at H-E-B, Hawaiian Springs was only available in Texas at 23 locations of Sprouts Farmers Market & Sun Harvest Farms.

“We are pleased to expand our availability in the Southwest through our new partnerships with H-E-B and AJ’s, two superior grocery chains dedicated to delivering quality products to shoppers,” says Clint Welker, National Sales Manager for Hawaiian Springs Water. “Now Texans and Arizonans have even more access to the unique taste of natural lava-filtered artesian water, as only Hawaii’s Big Island can make it.”

Hawaiian Springs is sourced from an artesian aquifer at the base of the Mauna Loa volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii, and has been distributed in the U.S. mainland since 2009. The H-E-B and AJ’s partnerships represent the continuing significant expansion in Hawaiian Springs’ retail growth.

Just last month, the company announced its distribution in Raley’s, Gelson’s, and Bristol Farms Markets throughout California. With Hawaiian Springs’ recently expanded availability at H-E-B and AJ’s Fine Foods, the brand increases its retail presence on the U.S. mainland by 50 percent so far this year. It also distributes its natural artesian water in Hawaii, Canada, Japan, China and Hong Kong.

 

About Hawaiian Springs

Hawaiian Springs began bottling its young, natural, artesian water in February 1995. Drawn from a highly sustainable artesian aquifer at the base of Mauna Loa on the Big Island of Hawaii, Hawaiian Springs bottles its water directly from the source within 30 days of falling as Arctic rain. Hawaiian Springs is one of the finest natural waters available today, with a distinctive, slightly sweet taste and delivering a moment of what makes Hawaii special.

Hawaiian Springs is available throughout the Hawaiian Islands, as well as the U.S. mainland, Canada and Asia, at leading supermarkets and natural food retailers such as Lucky’s, Bristol Farms, Raley’s, BelAir, Nob Hill Foods, Henry’s Farmers Market, Gelson’s Markets, Mollie Stone’s, Mother’s Market, SaveMart, Sprouts Farmers Market, Vitamin Cottage Natural Grocers and Whole Foods. A store locator and webstore are available at www.HawaiianSpringsWater.com/blog/products.

For additional information, visit www.HawaiianSpringsWater.com, like the company at www.facebook.com/HawaiianSprings, or follow them on Twitter at www.twitter.com/HawaiianSprings.