Ty Nant natural mineral water is internationally famed for its sumptuous cobalt blue and crimson red glass bottles. Launched over 20 years ago, Ty Nant has adopted and maintained a ‘green’, highly ecological stance even before sustainability became fashionable. The company protects its land and manages and enhances the local habitat. Typical is the initiative to replace 200 acres of conifers with indigenous broadleaf varieties to create a new woodland area, working to ISO14001 (Environmental Management) principles and managing the land to strict organic principles, the land from which the water is drawn has organic status as granted by the Soil Association. Always evolving into new environmental initiates, 2014 will see the beginning of a wind turbine installation on the Ty Nant site, which will in time produce the companies electricity. This will allow Ty Nant to achieve an important environmental goal of using 100% renewable and sustainable energy in their production process.
The water source was discovered in 1976 by Tom Ashley a local water diviner who visited the unspoilt location in Bethania, West Wales; Ty Nant can now be found in many prestigious hotels, restaurants and spas from around the World.
A global icon, Ty Nant continue to enjoy national and worldwide coverage on television screens and in films, supporting charity, celebrity and fashion events by visually introducing their luxury brand to the market.
For 5 years, Ty Nant has been working with the Pink Ribbon Foundation in aid of breast cancer research, with a pink version of the special ‘ice-like’ PET bottles and with every bottle sold a donation goes to the Pink Ribbon Foundation (Reg Charity No 1080839). The theme is to Drink Pink to continue to raise awareness and support the cause.
As Ty Nant continue to appeal to customers the world over, from the ultimate packaging appearance to the clean, crisp natural mineral water, Ty Nant will enhance your dining experience as the perfect accompaniment to fine dining and delicate wines.
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