Henri Nestlé establishes his first lemonade and water bottling factory.
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Acquisition of a 30% stake in the Société Générale des Eaux Minérales de Vittel, in France.
Acquisition of the German Blaue Quellen group.
Nestlé S.A. takes a majority stake in Vittel.
Acquisition of the Source Perrier S.A. Nestlé becomes the leading player on the world bottled water market, under the name Nestlé Sources International (NSI).
NSI changes its name to accelerate its international development and becomesPerrier Vittel S.A.
- Take-over of Italy’s leading bottled water producer, Sanpellegrino S.p.A.
- Launch of Nestlé Pure Life, the first multi-site bottled water under the Nestlé brand.
Simultaneous launch of Nestlé Aquarel, pan-European, multi-site spring water on six markets.
Perrier Vittel becomes Nestlé Waters.
Nestlé Waters celebrates its tenth anniversary and acquires Europe's leading HOD company, the Powwow Group.
Nestlé Waters expands its business activity in Asia (in South Korea and Indonesia) through external growth.
Nestlé Waters further develops its business on the African continent via the launch of Nestlé Pure Life in Nigeria and the creation of a partnership in Algeria.
Nestlé Pure Life becomes the Group's leading brand.
Nestlé Waters acquires Sources Minérales Henniez S.A. and becomes the Swiss leader in the bottled water market.
- Joint venture agreements signed in Mexico and Chile.
- NESTLÉ PURE LIFE , has become in just a decade the world's leading bottled water brand, with 5 billion litres sold worldwide.
Nestlé Waters opens a Home & Office Delivery water bottling factory in Coruche (Portugal).
Nestlé Waters establish a distribution agreement with Ambev in Brasil
- Official opening of the new factory in Buxton (United Kingdom)
- New factory in Pocheon Edong (South Korea) with Pulmuone Waters
- Acquisition of the Mineral water spring Vale do Sol in Brasil