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Check out some of our most frequently asked questions below. Don’t see your question? Send us a message on live chat or send in your general inquiry here.

What is the required water pressure for the Bevi machines?

The required water pressure for Bevi is 50-60 psi minimum going into the filter and 5 liters per minute flow rate.

How are Bevi flavors made?

All Bevi flavored water is naturally-flavored. That means no artificial flavors or artificial sweeteners. What exactly are ‘natural flavors’? Well, they’re the juices, essential oils, essences, or extracts from a variety of fruits and vegetables.

Are your flavors vegan?

Yes! All of our flavors are vegan. Please refer to our flavors page for the most up-to-date information.

Are the flavors Kosher?

Yes! All our flavors are certified kosher. Please refer to our flavors page for the most up-to-date information.

Is there an expiration date for the flavors?

Each flavor can last at least 3 months, but most of our customers finish the flavor well before that time marker.

Where do the flavors come from? What are the ingredients?

Bevi is always seeking out healthy options for our flavors and ingredients. Our flavors are unsweetened, zero-cal, or organically sweetened. We never use high fructose corn syrup. Please follow this link for the latest flavors or download the nutritional facts.

What exactly are ‘Natural Flavors’?

The flavoring ingredient in our flavors are made from the juices, essential oils, essences, or extracts from a variety of fruits and vegetables. Our flavoring ingredients are in compliance with the FDA definition of 'natural flavors'.

How are ‘Natural Flavors’ made?

Natural flavors are derived from natural sources through a variety of extraction methods. As one example, fruit essences can be captured by heating fruit juices and collecting the steam as distillate.

What is Citric Acid?

As the name suggests, citric acid is an organic acid most abundantly found in citrus fruits, like lemons. Citric acid is found in everything from beers to canned tomatoes and is used to maintain freshness and prevent foodborne illnesses.

What is Guar Gum?

Guar gum comes from the seeds of the guar plant—otherwise known as cluster beans—native to southeast Asia. Guar gum is an emulsifier, meaning that it helps our flavors stay perfectly mixed. (We’re sure you’ve seen natural juices separate into layers.) Without emulsifiers, our flavored water would come out uneven, and not live up to our standards of providing you with the best pour each time.

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