Keringet Bottling Plant

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The source of this exceptional natural mineral water is in Molo, a town 8,000 feet above sea level bordering the Mau forest. This location was carefully selected for its unique geological conditions.

Here, the water undergoes a long natural filtration process through deep strata of chalk, sand and gravel as well as layers of fine porous rock and hard volcanic stone created by the intense seismic activity that formed the Great Rift Valley.

In 1992, after three years of intense geological research and a dedication to continuous testing for consistency, the very first bottle of Keringet was sold. Since then, our award winning water has upheld these pristine standards and aims to exceed the expectations of even the most discerning palate.

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