Where innovation meets mountain fresh

Tucked into the foothills of the mountains in Asheville, North Carolina, our fully automated facility produces up to 500,000 gallons of beverages a day—each one starting with fresh mountain water. From ingredients to shipped products, you can count on Arcadia to deliver beverages that reflect positively on your brand.

  • Filtration of up to 500,000 gallons/day
  • Cold Fill Pasteurization
  • Onsite Water Silo: 70,000 gallons
  • Onsite Refrigerator Silo: 60,000 gallons
  • Onsite blow mold for both HDPE and PET
  • Velcorin technology for extended shelf life
  • High-speed Fogg fillers with HEPA filtration
  • Nitrogen fill lines for increased shelf life
  • Shrink labeling
  • High-speed palletizers

Modern Manufacturing

Advanced manufacturing systems monitor every aspect of the process, alerting us of any variations beyond the set parameters. And throughout production, we record process specifications, test results and other quality-related information so you’re always aware of what makes up your beverage.

Ingredients and formulation

We validate each ingredient to ensure it meets the highest quality standards. And we verify that ingredients and quantities meet your recipe specifications prior to blending. Then each batch is sampled and tested in our lab by our staff microbiologist.


Automated equipment verifies container integrity and ensures each bottle is filled with the precise amount and properly sealed. We also visually check bottles as they move into labeling and packaging. 

food safety

Food safety is critical to your success—and ours. We follow strict cleaning and sanitation routines after each batch. Our clean-in-place (CIP) and sanitation procedures meet and exceed FDA requirements. They also fulfill the requirements for kosher and organic certifications. For times when equipment failures occur, we maintain an in-house engineering staff that can make immediate repairs on a moment’s notice.


Our facility is one of the finest in the world. We invite you to come see it for yourself.

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