1. Nestle Waters (Pure Life, Acqua Panna, Deer Park)
Nestlé S.A. is a Swiss multinational food and beverage company headquartered in Vevey, Switzerland.
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It is the largest food company in the world measured by revenues. Its products include bottled water, baby food, breakfast cerreals, tea, coffee, confectionary, instant food items, etc.
Nestle Waters is the water division of Nestle. It owns nearly 64 bottled water brands in multiple countries. Approximately 7% of its sales are from bottled water. Some of its most popular water brands are PureLife (having the largest market share worldwide), Deer Park, Poland Spring, Acqua Panna, San Pellegrino, Perrier, springs, Water Park, Waterline.
Nestle Pure Life is produced by Nestle Waters North America and is marketed in United States and Canada. It was launched in 1998 as the first multi-site bottled water under the Nestlé brand. Before 1998, Nestle Pure Life was named as Aberfoyle Springs, and was the product of Aberfoyle Springs since 1993. The brand has been sold as Nestle Pure Life since 2002.After buying the brand and facilities Aberfoyle Springs in 2000, Nestlé changed the name first, in 2002, to "Aberfoyle Nestle Pure Life," and then to "Nestle Pure Life Natural Spring Water". At present two different spring waters are sold by the Nestle’s Aberfoyle Springs: the Aberfoyle Springs Water that is available onsite, and another spring water originating and bought in from Cedar Spring Valley in Erin, Ontario. In addition, the spring water is bottled on site in Hope, British Columbia. In the United States, Nestlé Pure Life is a (filtered) purified water. In 2006 Nestle Pure Life became the leading brand of the group, and in 2008 became the leading bottled water brand in the world, with 5 million liters sold worldwide. Its unique selling point is the water purification process, in which each bottle is filtered through a quality process of 12 steps, enhanced with a unique blend of minerals.
Revenue from Bottled water: 7364.72 million dollars
Revenues of the companies from the ‘Bottled water’ segment.