|Product type||Spring water|
|Owner||Powwow Water Company|
Powwow Water Company Ltd was a British producer of bottled spring water, producing exclusively for water coolers. The spring water originated and was bottled in Fillongley, Warwickshire. There was also a production site in Chesham.
The brand was originally created in 1990 by Hutchison Whampoa, and was sold to Nestlé in 2003. It was then bought by Powwow Water Company Ltd (formerly Lomond Hills Water Company), which went into administration in March 2010.
Powwow went into administration in March 2010 and Eden Springs UK Ltd, the UK's largest supplier of water coolers, subsequently negotiated a deal to buy the bottled water cooler assets. The plumbed-in water cooler assets have been acquired by Wild About Water, an Irish Company.
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