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Odessa Mineral Waters


Odessa Mineral Waters

After development of the South territories in Odessa between Kuyalnik and Chadjibei firth, the “Kuyalnik” resort got progress in the 19th century. The mud from the Kuyanlyk (original Turkish name) firth was successfully applied for recovery after the treatment of the musculoskeletal system. At the same time self-pouring springs with distinctive saltish taste with explicit curative properties were noticed at the territory of the firth. The water was soon used at the Resort for the purpose of prevention and treatment of the gastrointestinal tract. At the beginning of the 20th century this water was completely examined by the scientists.

Kuyalnik firth was once called pharmaceutical factory of not-human making. Indeed, a certain complicated process of mineral water creation is taking place in the interior of the Earth.

Penetrating from the surface of the Earth deep into the level of ground waters, it is mineralized with the different salts, and the Earth keeps secret how it is going on. It is only known that the water is mineralized with different salts on different levels, and it gives it wonderful taste.

Later researchers found that natural synthesis of gasiform, liquid and solid matters of organic and inorganic origin was flowing deeply under the ground in the conditions of high pressure. As a result rich in salts and organic compounds biological active mineral water with general mineralization 3,0-4,0 gram per liter is coming up to the surface.

Industrial bottling at the mineral water “Kuyalnik” was launched in 1948 at the territory of the resort. And in 1961 a factory producing mineral water in glass bottles 0,5 l was built close to the resort. Bottling with the PET package was launched in 1995. Now the water is produced in the bottles 1,5 l; 0,5 l and 6 l.


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