company featured on national television
Food Network profiles Trinity
Express Staff Writer
What a job.
Get out there in the country side, and sample healthy, home made or
indigenous foods, drinks and other comestibles.
such a life. Itís found on the Food Network on a show called "Food
Finds." The crew hops around the country sampling local fare and
finding hidden treasures, like Idahoís Trinity water.
Trinity CEOs Mark Johnson and Jock Bell had their company profiled on a recent nationwide television broadcast.
As part of
a recent segment of Food Finds, Trinity, whose offices are in Ketchum, but
whose source is in nearby Paradise Valley, was highlighted, along with
Dorothyís Homemade Jams in Boise.
Springs is the deepest source for pure, uncorrupted water, in the country.
The geothermal water comes naturally to the surface through crystal lined
faults from a depth of 2.2 miles below the surface of the earth, within
the Idaho Batholith.
from North Carolina spent two days last fall shooting the springs in
Paradise. The episode features interviews with Trinity CEO and Ketchum
resident Mark Johnson, and his brother Dr. Roy Johnson, who tests the
water for purity several times daily while bottling. Ketchum resident and
Marketing Director, Sharon Egan is also featured in the episode.
as on-air "talent" were Ketchum residents, Laura Higdon and her
children Kira and Everett Wiethorn and Eganís daughter Makayla Cappel.
Egan said the producer from the Food Network was the "most thorough
producer Iíve ever worked with."
pointed out many features particular to Trinity, including its unique
geothermal source, its sterile bottling features, the protective source
house, the nearby natural hot spring pool, and the fact that the water is
totally free from contaminants.
visitor said after tasting the water in the Food Finds spot, "Itís