Noah’s Spring selects Rexam’s re-sealable aluminium container to package spring water

7 July 2015 (Last Updated July 7th, 2015 18:30)

Noah's Spring Water has selected resealable aluminium containers from UK beverage can manufacturer Rexam to package its bottled water.

Noah’s Spring Water

Noah's Spring Water has selected resealable aluminium containers from UK beverage can manufacturer Rexam to package its bottled water.

The 24oz container is made by combining Rexam can body with Cap Can closure technology from Dayton Systems Group.

The aluminium can body produced and printed on one of Rexam's high-speed can manufacturing lines is transformed into a resealable container by adding a Cap Can end and closure.

The 100% recyclable Rexam Cap Can containers provide space to showcase Noah's Spring Water brand. These containers can be used as an alternative to traditional bottled water.

Noah's parent company Varni Brothers Corporation president Tony J Varni said: "There are so many reasons why this Rexam package just makes sense for our unique spring water.

"There are so many reasons why this Rexam package just makes sense for our unique spring water."

"It provides a generous 24oz portion that is re-sealable so it can be taken on the go and reused. Refillable aluminium bottles can cost anywhere from $5 to $20, and they don't come with anything inside of them. This Noah's Spring Water retails for under $2, and it contains the best natural spring water available."

Noah's Spring Water in Rexam Cap Cans is available at select retailers in northern California, with plans to roll out across the country in the future.

Sourced from Adobe Springs in California, Noah's Spring Water has a natural 8.4pH quality and contains 110mg of magnesium a litre, nearly 20 times the amount in other bottled spring waters.

Rexam employs nearly 8,000 people across its 55 can making plants in more than 20 countries. It generated $5.8bn in sales last year.


Image: Rexam's Cap Can provides an ideal canvas to showcase Noah's Spring Water brand, with a label that highlights its attributes. Photo: courtesy of Rexam BCNA.