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Kosher Lot Code Interpretation
Publix Drinking Water
No products match that criteria.
Publix
Deerfield Beach, Florida
41415-22563 2.5 Gallons Municipal Deerfield Beach,
Florida
Carbon Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light,
Micron Filtration, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

PRO MMM DD YYYY HH:MM Line
EXP MMM DD YYYY PLTCODE

Example

PRO JUL 06 2011 16:07 F6
EXP JAN 31 2012 PLT 12-595

Interpret

Produced at the Deerfield Beach, Florida, Facility on July 06, 2011 at 4:07 PM on Filler #6
Publix
Lakeland, Florida
41415-22563 2.5 Gallons Well Lakeland, Florida Micron Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light,
Carbon Dioxide, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

PRO MMM DD YYYY HH:MM Line
EXP MMM DD YYYY PLTCODE

Example

PRO MAY 03 2011 16:07 F6
EXP NOV 29 2011 PLT 12-506

Interpret

Produced at the Lakeland, Florida, Facility on May 03, 2011 at 4:07 PM on Filler #6
Publix
Lakeland, Florida
41415-22463 1 Gallon Well Lakeland, Florida Carbon Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light,
Micron Filtration, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

PRO MMM DD YYYY HH:MM Line
EXP MMM DD YYYY PLTCODE

Example

PRO MAY 03 2011 16:07 F5
EXP NOV 29 2011 PLT 12-506

Interpret

Produced at the Lakeland, Florida, Facility on May 03, 2011 at 4:07 PM on Filler #5
Publix
Dacula, Georgia
41415-22463 1 Gallon Municipal Gwinnett County, Georgia Carbon Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light,
Micron Filtration, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

PRO MMM DD YYYY HH:MM Line
EXP MMM DD YYYY PLTCODE

Example

PRO MAY 01 2011 16:07 F2
EXP NOV 26 2011 PLT 13-205

Interpret

Produced at the Dacula, Georgia, Facility on May 01, 2011 at 4:07 PM on Filler #2
Publix
Deerfield Beach, Florida
41415-22463 1 Gallon Municipal Deerfield Beach, Florida Carbon Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light,
Micron Filtration, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

PRO MMM DD YYYY HH:MM Line
EXP MMM DD YYYY PLTCODE

Example

PRO JUL 06 2011 16:07 F5
EXP JAN 31 2012 PLT 12-595

Interpret

Produced at the Deerfield Beach, Florida, Facility on July 06, 2011 at 4:07 PM on Filler #5
Publix Spring Water
No products match that criteria.
Publix
Deerfield Beach, Florida
41415-23363 2.5 Gallons Spring Wildwood Springs in Wildwood, Florida Micron Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

PRO MMM DD YYYY HH:MM Line
EXP MMM DD YYYY PLTCODE

Example

PRO JUL 06 2011 16:07 F6
EXP JAN 31 2012 PLT 12-595

Interpret

Produced at the Deerfield Beach, Florida, Facility on July 06, 2011 at 4:07 PM on Filler #6
Publix
Dacula, Georgia
41415-22663 1 Gallon Spring Nature's Purest in Epworth, Georgia Ultraviolet Light,
Micron Filtration,and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

PRO MMM DD YYYY HH:MM Line
EXP MMM DD YYYY PLTCODE

Example

PRO MAY 01 2011 16:07 F2
EXP NOV 26 2011 PLT 13-205

Interpret

Produced at the Dacula, Georgia, Facility on May 01, 2011 at 4:07 PM on Filler #2
Publix
Deerfield Beach, Florida
41415-22663 1 Gallon Spring Wildwood Springs in Wildwood, Florida Micron Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

PRO MMM DD YYYY HH:MM Line
EXP MMM DD YYYY PLTCODE

Example

PRO JUL 06 2011 16:07 F5
EXP JAN 31 2012 PLT 12-595

Interpret

Produced at the Deerfield Beach, Florida, Facility on July 06, 2011 at 4:07 PM on Filler #5
Ice River Springs, High Springs FL 41415-23563 1.5 Liters Spring Ginnie Springs, Florida Micron Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

BEST BY MM/DD/YY+2 (MM - 2 numbers) ZZ:zz (time) IRHS# (Ice River HS (plant) # is line number)

Example

Best By 5/10/14 11:44 IRHS1

Interpret

Best By May 10th 2014 - therefore production date is May 10th 2012 @ 11:44 at Ice River High Spring line 1
Niagara Bottling, LLC
Allentown, Pennsylvania
41415-23563 1.5 Liters Spring Blended source:
Protected Springs-
Foster, PA;
Molleystown, PA
Tower City, PA; Black
Creek, PA; Wayne,
PA; West Penn, PA
Micron Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

PLDDMMMYY HHMM
Best By DDMMMYYYY

Example

A330APR08 0245
Best By 30APR2010

Interpret

Produced at the Allentown Plant on April
30, 2008 at 2:45 AM on Line 3
Ice River
Springs, High
Springs Florida
41415-23963 24 oz. Sport Cap Spring Ginnie Springs, Florida Micron Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

BEST BY MM/DD/YY+2 (MM - 2 numbers) ZZ:zz (time) IRHS# (Ice River HS (plant) # is line number)

Example

Best By 5/10/14 11:44 IRHS1

Interpret

Best By May 10th 2014 - therefore production date is May 10th 2012 @ 11:44 at Ice River High Spring line 1
Ice River
Springs, High
Springs Florida
41415-24363 16.9 OZ Spring Ginnie Springs, Florida Micron Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

BEST BY MM/DD/YY+2 (MM - 2 numbers,
day and production year +2)
hh:mm IRHS# (military time, IR=Ice River,
HS=High Springs, # is line number)

Example

Best By 11/20/13 16:09 IRHS1 11:44 IRHS1

Interpret

Best By 11/20/13 4:09pm,
Ice River High, High Springs, line #1
Niagara Bottling, LLC
Groveland, Florida
41415-24363 16.9 OZ Spring Production date
10/31/13 began
Spring of Life
Monteverde, Florida
Production date prior
to 10/31/13 would be
Wildwood Springs,
Wildwood, Florida
Micron Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

PLDDMMMYY HHMM
Best By DDMMMYYYY

Example

G330APR08 0245
Best By 30APR2010

Interpret

Produced at the Groveland Facility on April 30, 2008 at 2:45 AM on Line 3
Niagara Bottling, LLC
Groveland, Florida
41415-23863 8 OZ Spring Production date
10/31/13 began
Spring of Life
Monteverde, Florida
Production date prior
to 10/31/13 would be
Wildwood Springs,
Wildwood, Florida
Micron Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

PLDDMMMYY HHMM
Best By DDMMMYYYY

Example

G330APR08 0245
Best By 30APR2010

Interpret

Produced at the Groveland Facility on April 30, 2008 at 2:45 AM on Line 3
Ice River Springs, High Springs FL 41415-23863 8 OZ Spring Ginnie Springs, Florida Micron Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

Best By MM/DD/YY+2
ZZ:zz IRHS#

Example

Best By 7/11/15
01:23 IRHS2

Interpret

Produced at High Springs on Line 2 on July 11 2013 at 01:23
Publix
Lakeland, Florida
41415-22663 1 Gallon Spring Silver Springs
Silver Springs, Florida
Micron Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light,
Carong Dioxide, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

PRO MMM DD YYYY HH:MM Line
EXP MMM DD YYYY PLTCODE

Example

PRO MAY 03 2011 16:07 F5
EXP NOV 29 2011 PLT 12-506

Interpret

Produced at the Lakeland Facility on May 03, 2011 at 4:07 PM on Filler #5
Publix
Lakeland, Florida
41415-23363 2.5 Gallons Spring Silver Springs
Silver Springs, Florida
Micron Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light,
Carong Dioxide, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

PRO MMM DD YYYY HH:MM Line
EXP MMM DD YYYY PLTCODE

Example

PRO MAY 03 2011 16:07 F6
EXP NOV 29 2011 PLT 12-506

Interpret

Produced at the Lakeland Facility on May 03, 2011 at 4:07 PM on Filler #6
Publix Purified Water
No products match that criteria.
Publix
Lakeland, Florida
41415-21263 1 Gallon Well Lakeland, Florida Micron Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light,
Deionization, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

PRO MMM DD YYYY HH:MM Line
EXP MMM DD YYYY PLTCODE

Example

PRO MAY 03 2011 16:07 F5
EXP NOV 29 2011 PLT 12-506

Interpret

Produced at the Lakeland, Florida, Facility on May 03, 2011 at 4:07 PM on Filler #5
Publix
Deerfield Beach, Florida
41415-21263 1 Gallon Municipal Deerfield Beach, Florida Carbon Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light,
Micron Filtration,
Reverse Osmosis, and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

PRO MMM DD YYYY HH:MM Line
EXP MMM DD YYYY PLTCODE

Example

PRO JUL 06 2011 16:07 F5
EXP JAN 31 2012 PLT 12-595

Interpret

Produced at the Deerfield Beach, Florida, Facility on July 06, 2011 at 4:07 PM on Filler #5
Ice River Springs, High Springs FL 41415-29063 16.9 OZ Spring Ginnie Springs, Florida Micron Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light,
Reverse Osmosis,and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

BEST BY MM/DD/YY+2 (MM - 2 numbers) ZZ:zz (time) IRHS# (Ice River HS (plant) # is line number)

Example

Best By 5/10/14 11:44 IRHS1

Interpret

Best By May 10th 2014 - therefore production date is May 10th 2012 @ 11:44 at Ice River High Spring line 1
Niagara Bottling, LLC
Groveland, Florida
41415-29063 16.9 OZ Production date
10/31/13 began
Spring of Life
Monteverde, Florida
Production date prior
to 10/31/13 would be
Wildwood Springs,
Wildwood, Florida
Groveland, Florida Micron Filtration,
Reverse Osmosis,and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

PLDDMMMYY HHMM
Best By DDMMMYYYY

Example

G330APR08 0245
Best By 30APR2010

Interpret

Produced at the Groveland Facility on April 30, 2008 at 2:45 AM on Line 3
Publix Fluoridated Spring Water
No products match that criteria.
Ice River Springs, High Springs FL 41415-24763 8 OZ Spring Ginnie Springs, Florida Micron Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light,and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

BEST BY MM/DD/YY+2 (MM - 2 numbers) ZZ:zz (time) IRHS# (Ice River HS (plant) # is line number)

Example

Best By 5/10/14 11:44 IRHS1

Interpret

Best By May 10th 2014 - therefore production date is May 10th 2012 @ 11:44 at Ice River High Spring line 1
Niagara Bottling, LLC
Groveland, Florida
41415-24763 8 OZ Spring Production date
10/31/13 began
Spring of Life
Monteverde, Florida
Production date prior
to 10/31/13 would be
Wildwood Springs
in Wildwood, Florida
Micron Filtration,
Ultraviolet Light,and
Ozone
Annual OU

Code Format

PLDDMMMYY HHMM
Best By DDMMMYYYY

Example

G330APR08 0245
Best By 30APR2010

Interpret

Produced at the Groveland Facility on April 30, 2008 at 2:45 AM on Line 3

Carbon Filtration

Activated carbon filters are one of the best means of removing tastes and odors, including chlorine, and most organic chemical contaminants. With the exception of chlorine, activated carbon works by "adsorbing" chemical contaminants onto the surface of the carbon granules, that is, the contaminants "stick" to the surface of the carbon granule. The term adsorption refers to the ability of one substance (in this case, carbon) to attract and hold molecules of another substance (contaminants).

Micron Filtration (Microfiltration)

Micron filtration is a reliable method for ensuring removal of certain surface water microbial contaminants i.e., small particles generally less than 10 μm in diameter. Specifically, filtration for the removal of surface water contaminants such as Giardia lamblia cysts and Cryptosporidium oocysts can be achieved via adequate micron filtration. A micron rating can define the performance capability of a particular filter. Ideally, micron filters designed for protection from Giardia lamblia cysts and Cryptosporidium oocysts should provide, at a minimum, a guarantee of 99.9 percent (3-log reduction) removal.

Ultraviolet (UV) Light

Ultraviolet light (UV), light of wavelengths from 240 to 280 nanometers (nm), is an effective agent for killing bacteria. Mercury-arc lamps are commonly used, and provide a UV light source to disinfect water by emitting high intensity radiation at 253.7 nm. UV disinfection systems employ lamps that are sealed from the water, i.e., they never come into contact with the water. One advantage of UV light is that it provides effective disinfection without a chemical residual in the water, like chlorine, that can lead to off-taste.

"Treated with Carbon Dioxide"

Carbon dioxide is a common gas in the atmosphere. Plants use carbon dioxide in photosynthesis to produce oxygen, which is then added to the atmosphere. Water that is treated with carbon dioxide provides a pleasant "bubbly" water that many consumers prefer in a sparkling water. Another benefit of carbon dioxide is its ability to suppress microbiological growth in water (and also in soft drinks).

"Treated by Ozonation"

Ozone is an unstable, colorless gas. Ozone is a powerful oxidizer and a potent germicide with a much higher disinfection potential than other disinfectants. Chemically, ozone consists of 3 atoms of oxygen, while normal oxygen gas has only ,2 atoms of oxygen. With its 3 atoms of oxygen, ozone is very unstable. It quickly decomposes to normal oxygen plus one free oxygen atom. This extra oxygen is responsible for much of the oxidizing and disinfection effect. The advantage of employing ozone as a water disinfectant is that, following its powerful disinfection process, it breaks down in the water into oxygen, leaving no residual flavor in the water. A sealed container provides a barrier against subsequent contamination with path genic bacteria.

"Reverse Osmosis"

Process by which water is filtered by forcing through a semi-permeable membrane.

Deionization

Deionization is a physical purification process which uses an ion-exchange resin to bind and filter out the mineral salts from water. Deionization produces a high purity water generally similar to distilled water since the majority of water impurities are dissolved salts that are removed during the process. Deionized water meets the definition of "purified water" in the 23rd revision of the United States Pharmacopoeia, January 1, 1995, as specified in 21 CFR 165.110(a)(2)(iv).