Chlorophyll Water is the first bottled water in the U.S. to pass lab testing and receive the honor of Clean Label Project Certification with review of over 90+ potential industrial environmental contaminants. Chlorophyll Water is a non-GMO, plant-powered purified mountain spring water enhanced with the addition of Chlorophyll, a key ingredient, and the distinct green pigment in plant life.
The Clean Label Project is a national nonprofit with the mission to bring truth and transparency to consumer product labeling and consumer product safety issues – heavy metals, pesticide residues and plasticizers, other chemicals of concern and truth in labeling.
Products awarded the Clean Label Project Certification meet the below criteria:
- Products are tested by senior chemists at an ISO-accredited third-party laboratory, testing for over 90+ industrial environmental contaminants, including heavy metals (including total arsenic, cadmium, lead and mercury), pesticide residues and plasticizers (including BPA, BPS, phthalates) and various other chemicals of concern.
"Consumers are increasingly concerned about the beverages they put into their bodies and the food they provide for themselves and their families," said Jaclyn Bowen, MPH, MS food safety and quality systems engineer and executive director of Clean Label Project. "Being Clean Label Project's first bottled water in the United States to receive certification demonstrates Chlorophyll Water's commitment to ingredient quality and their purification standards."