Vittel is the source for vitality, as part of a family’s balanced diet as well as an athlete’s essential hydration. Thanks to its natural abundance of calcium and other mineral salts, attained through years of filtration through underground rock layers, the pure, still water promotes strong bones for children and adults.
These health benefits were first promoted by Louis Bouloumié in the 1850s, when he experienced the healing properties of mineral water from the natural fountain of Gérémony, in the Vosges Mountains of France, and established the spring as Vittel’s Grande Source. As a partner of the Tour de France and the Paris Marathon, Vittel continues today to exemplify and inspire vitality, energy and endurance.
Vittel waters accompany consumers throughout their day with a variety of formats from 0.33 l to 2 l, in 100% recyclable PET as well as glass bottles. The uniquely rich and revitalizing taste and balanced mineral structure of Vittel makes it the perfect partner to every meal.
Vittel is committed to reduce its environmental footprint through various initiatives.
Last year Vittel launched the first 100% recycled plastic 75CL bottle in France, one of the ways for Nestlé waters to achieve our ambition of at least 35% of recycled plastic in our bottles. Vittel is also partner of CITEO's campaign to raise awareness in sorting behaviour. Vittel also signed the National Pact on plastic packaging, in an effort to promote circular economy.
Since late October 2019, VITTEL® natural mineral water has been transported by the first hybrid bi-mode locomotive in Europe. This initiative will reduce by 80% the brand's CO2 and greenhouse gas emissions on each journey.