Office Pantry delivers still and sparkling drinking water in either glass or plastic bottles
24x 330ml plastic bottles
24x 330ml glass bottles
12x 1.5 litre plastic bottles
12x 1-litre glass bottles
There is a surprising amount of choice in the water world, of that there can be no doubt.
So we've curated the best water produced, from natural British springs, to save you the trouble of having to do the same searching. Now delivering drinking water to offices throughout the UK, for your hydrating pleasure.
We have still and sparkling water to suit different preferences. We have plastic and glass bottles to suit different occasions and events.
Is there a delivery charge?
We do not include any sneaky hidden delivery fee for any of our offerings and we have no plans to start today or tomorrow for that matter - delivery is free.
Is there a minimum order?
We deliver by the cases and not by individual bottles but, as you're probably already getting some fruits, snacks and maybe even some craft beer cases from us, that won't be a problem for you to worry about.
Why our water?
We've unearthed the best drinking water from the finest British sources.
It is a mix of economically efficient and super tasty, with just the right amount of minerals to keep us all healthy. We've also expanded our range to include both plastic and glass bottles, individual serving sizes or sharing bottles.
Glass or Plastic?
Glass or plastic bottles, the choice is yours.
Plastic bottles are the perfect water chalice for your team in the office. Easy to grip one handed and optimal to travel with due to being so lightweight, plastic bottles are perfect for your office fridge.
Glass bottles are perfect for impressing - ideal for meetings. They are a little more expensive, but a lot longer lasting, and I don't know about you, but the liquid in glass bottles always seem to taste better.
Individual or Sharing Bottles?
We have both individual serving drinks or larger bottles to split within your group.
Individual bottles, and all the 330 millilitres of liquid within them, are made for individuals to grab and go.
Sharing bottles, either 1-litre or 1.5 litres, are excellent for meeting rooms or communal areas and kitchens.
How much water should everyone be drinking per day?
To stay hydrated we should all be drinking between 6 - 8 glasses per day according to the NHS. The only thing is a "glass" could either be thimble sized or the vat that Morgan Spurlock guzzled in Super Size Me...
So, to decipher this code, what this really means is you should be drinking at least 2 litres of liquid per day.