History of Buxton

Buxton Natural Mineral Water is a brand owned by Nestlé Waters UK, originating from the natural mineral water springs in Buxton, Derbyshire, England. The history of Buxton water dates back centuries, with its first recorded mention in the 9th century. It gained prominence in the 18th century when the natural health benefits of its mineral water began to be recognized. The water's purity and distinctive taste are attributed to its source, the Peak District National Park, known for its ancient geology and natural mineral deposits.

Nestlé acquired the Buxton brand in 2000 as part of its broader strategy to expand its bottled water portfolio. Since then, Buxton has been marketed as a premium bottled water brand in the UK, emphasizing its natural mineral content and health benefits. The brand is well-known for its commitment to sustainability and environmental responsibility, focusing on reducing its carbon footprint and ensuring the conservation of the environment around its water sources.

Today, Buxton Natural Mineral Water remains a popular choice in the UK for those seeking a high-quality, natural hydration option. It is bottled at the source to preserve its purity and mineral composition, ensuring that consumers receive the same fresh taste and health benefits that have been enjoyed for centuries.