The Valmont Water Journey

For Valmont Water® natural water, it all begins with rainwater falling onto the lush, rich natural environment of the Ikorodu basin. This is a place that is full of life, brimming with a unique energy and where all kinds of plant and animal species peacefully co-exist. The water then sinks steadily deep down into the ground, being filtered by the earth as it goes, before embarking on a long voyage through the area’s distinctive rocks.

The Epic Journey

The journey continues in the depths of the Ikorodu basin which is home to various aquifers.
Here, deep below the surface, the water comes into contact with sedimentary and limestone rock, naturally taking on minerals and acquiring its unique properties to become Valmont Water® natural mineral water. The final stop on the journey is bottling at source, which is key to preserving the water’s purity.

A unique mineral composition

Natural mineral water must come from an underground pool with a unique and consistent mineral composition. The water acquires its mineral content over a period of years as it flows on its long journey and is filtered through the rock, and it is this which gives it a unique identity and taste, leaving it marked by the land it comes from.

A natural source of vitality

Valmont Water® natural mineral water is a natural source of vitality. It refreshes the body and mind with each mouthful and helps you make the most of every moment! Do you know all the ways water benefits the body? It rehydrates tissue, regulates body temperature, transports nutrients and oxygen, removes waste and more. The body is constantly getting rid of and renewing its 60% water content! And this is where hydration comes in: drinking and eating (food contains water too!) are natural things we do during the day that compensate for water loss. We actually all lose almost 2.5 litres of water every day and this volume increases if we’re doing physical activity, or if it’s very hot!

Water is the only drink the body needs and the ideal way to rehydrate day-to-day for both adults (1.5 litres a day) and children (1.1 litres a day).