Not many people know the origin of Nestle bottled water, because the brand is still a newcomer to this market, but it is taking off in a big way.
With its high quality and global reach, Nestle may become a world-wide player soon in the drinking water sector.
Few people in the US are not familiar with the Nestle brand. The company has been around for decades, but many do not realize that they have also branched out into the bottle water sector.
In addition to owning bottling companies Poland Spring and Perrier, Nestle now has its own label. Under this label they are producing their Nestle Pure Life Bottled Water in both flavored and non-flavored products. For many consumers, this is the hallmark product offered by Nestle bottled water company.
As you might expect from a company of this stature, the filtering process for Nestle drinking water is extensive.
Nestle Pure Life - Let Life Flow Commercial
They utilize a highly technical, multi-phase process that monitors and cleans the water along every step of the way. This process begins at the very source of the water and continues along the production line, with several testing points being conducted along the line itself.
As an alternative to plain bottled water, Nestle offers fruit flavored drinks under the Splash label. These Nestle drinking water products are made with natural flavorings and have no calories or carbohydrates in them.
These flavored drinks use Splenda as its sweetening agent.
The above are an excellent alternative to sugary drinks and sodas. Children, especially, enjoy these products, and they are priced very affordably.
Bottled Nestle water can be purchased individually or in handy 24 packs.
(Note: The company has stopped producing its Nestle Spring Water products in order to concentrate more heavily on the new Pure Life and Splash lines).
Only a very few minerals are added to this line of products. These minerals are added to improve the taste of the product. They include: sodium bicarbonate, calcium chloride, and magnesium sulfate.
Information on Nestle water employment statistics can be requested from the parent company or found in pdf form at their site. These reports are updated periodically to ensure current accuracy.
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