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Know The Brand Names of Water Thief Nestle's
by Luminescent
Monday May 4th, 2015 2:50 PM
27 years ago Nestle's permit to siphon off the people's water in California expired, according to Newsweek.

Nestle's, besides trying to monopolize the world's water and illegally siphoning off public reservoir water in California and selling it back to people at a pricegouging rate, is a meatmonger, a dairy cow abuser, and was a factor in the defeat of Swiss antivivisection legislation
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This is a selected list of the main brands owned by Nestlé. Overall, Nestlé owns over 2000 brands.[1] Brands are categorized by their targeted markets.

Contents

1 Cereals
2 Yogurt
3 Coffee
4 Water
5 Other drinks
6 Shelf stable
7 Chilled
8 Ice Cream Brands
9 Infant foods
10 Performance nutrition
11 Healthcare nutrition
12 Seasonings
13 Frozen food
14 Refrigerated products
15 Chocolate, confectionery and baked goods
16 Foodservice products
17 Petcare
18 As shareholder
19 Former brands
19.1 Beverages
19.2 Bottled Water
19.3 Confectionery
19.4 Eyecare
19.5 Health and Nutrition
19.6 Petcare
20 References

Cereals

Cheerios (in non-US markets)
Chocapic
Cini Minis
Clusters
Cookie Crisp (in non-US markets)
Crunch (cereal)
Curiously Cinnamon
Curiously Strawberry
Fitnesse
Force Flakes
Gold Flakes
Golden Grahams (in non-US markets)
Golden Nuggets
Golden Morn (Nigeria)
Honey Stars
Koko Krunch
Lion Cereal
Milo cereals
Nesquik Cereal
Nestlé Corn Flakes
Shreddies (UK & Ireland)
Fitness

Yogurt

Acti-V (Philippines)
ActiPlus(Pakistan)
Fruit Selection Yogurt (Philippines)
Longa Vida (Portugal)
Molico (Brazil)
Munch Bunch
Nestlé Raita (Mint & Cumin) (Pakistan)
Rawaytee Maza(Pakistan)
Ski
Sweet N Tasty Yogurt (Pakistan)
Yelly (Mango & Strawberry) (Pakistan)
Hirz (Switzerland)

Coffee

Bonka
Buondi (Portugal)[2]
Christina (Portugal)[3]
Dolca (Argentina)
Dolce Gusto
Ecco (Peru, Chile)
El Chaná (Uruguay)
International Roast
Kirma (Peru)
Loumidis (Greece)
Nescafé
Sunrise (India)
Nespresso
Partner's Blend
Ricoffy
Milo
Ristretto
Ricoré
Sical[4]
Tofa[5]
Taster's Choice
Zoégas
Mountain Blend

Water

Aberfoyle
Alaçam (Turkey)
Al Manhal (Middle East)
Aqua D'Or
Aqua Mineral (Poland)
Aqua Pod
Aquarel (water)(Spain)
Acqua Panna
Aquapod
Aqua Spring (Greece)
Arctic (Poland)
Arrowhead (US)
Baraka (Egypt)
Buxton (UK)
Cachantun (Chile)
Calistoga (US)
Carola (France)
Ciego Montero (Cuba)
Charmoise (Belgium)
Contrex (France)
Cristalp (Switzerland)
Da Shan YunNan Spring (China)
Dar Natury (Poland)
Deep Spring (China)
Deer Park (US)
Eco de los Andes (Argentina)
Erikli (Turkey)
Frische Brise (Germany)
Fürst Bismarck (Germany)
Gerber (Mexico)
Ghadeer (Jordan)
Glaciar (Argentina)
Hépar (France)
Hidden Spring (Philippines)
Henniez (Switzerland)
Ice Mountain (US)
Κorpi (Greece)
La Vie (Vietnam)
Levissima (Italy)
Los Portales (Cuba)
Minéré (Thailand)
Montclair (Canada)
Nałęczowianka (Poland)
Nestlé Aquarel
Pure Life/Pureza Vital/Vie Pure
Nestlé Selda (Portugal)
Nestlé Vera (Italy)
Neuselters (Germany)
Ozarka (US)
Pejo (Italy)
Perrier (France)
Petrópolis (Brazil)
Plancoët (France)
Poland Spring (US)
Porvenir (Chile)
Powwow
Quézac (France)
Recoaro (Italy)
Saint-Lambert (France)
Sainte-Alix (France)
San Bernardo (Italy)
San Pellegrino (Italy)
Santa Bárbara (Brazil)
Santa Maria (Mexico)
São Lourenço (Brazil)
Sohat (Lebanon)
Springs (Saudi Arabia)
Theodora (Hungary)
Valvert (Belgium)
Viladrau (Spain)
Vittel (France)
Water Line (South Korea)
Waterman (China)
Zephyrhills (US)

Other drinks

Carnation
Caro
Chocolate D'Onofrio (Peru)
Chuckie Chocolate Drink (Philippines)
Cocoa D'Onofrio (Peru)
Enviga (joint-venture with Coca-Cola, Beverage Partners Worldwide)
Good Host
Growers Direct Organic Fruit Juices
Ideal (Perú)
Juicy Juice
Libby’s
Nescao (Peru)
Nescau (Brazil)
Nesfruta (Philippines, India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Canada)
Nesquik (Argentina)
Nestea (joint-venture with Coca-Cola, Beverage Partners Worldwide)
Milo
Nestomalt (Sri Lanka)
Ovaltine(U.S. only)
Ski up and go (Yogurt and cereal drink)
Supligen (Caribbean)
Sweet Leaf Tea
Vascolet (Uruguay)

Shelf stable

Carnation (acquired by Alaska Milk Corporation in 2007, but under a long-term license agreement with Nestlé in the Philippines)
Coffee-Mate
Nestlé Omega Plus
Milo

Chilled

Bear Brand Probiotic (Philippines)
Chamyto (Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Philippines)
Chiquitín (Mexico, Chile)
Club (Mexico)
Hirz (Switzerland)
La Laitière (France, Belgium)
La Lechera (Spain, Mexico)
Moça (Brazil)
Chandelle (Brazil, Chile)
LC1 (Switzerland)
Molico (Brazil, now Svelty)
Nestlé
Ski
Sollys (Brazil)
Sveltesse (France)
Svelty (Mexico)
Yoco
Munch Bunch (UK)
Le Viennois (France, Belgium, Switzerland)
Nesvita (Philippines, India, Pakistan)
Ninho (Brazil)

Ice Cream Brands

Åhusglass (Sweden)
Camy (Spain)
Δέλτα (Delta, Greece)
Делта (Delta, Bulgaria)
D'Onofrio (Peru)
Dibs (Japan)
Dreyer's
Drumstick
Edy's
Frigor (Argentina)
Fruit Selection Yogurt (Philippines)
Frisco (Switzerland)
Häagen-Dazs (North America and the United Kingdom)
Heaven (Philippines)
Hjem-IS (Norway)
Kotijäätelö (Finland)
Kimo (Egypt)
Kimy (Philippines)
Maxibon
Motta (Italy)
Mövenpick (Switzerland)
Mivvi
Nestlé Drumstick - The Original Sundae Cone
Nestlé Ice Cream
Nestlé Princessa (Poland)
Oreo (Canada)
Outshine
Peters (Australia)
Push-Up
Savory (Chile)
Schöller (Germany & Austria)
Skinny Cow
Sorbetes (Philippines)
Temptations (Philippines)
Underground is (Denmark)
Pingviini (Finland)
zer0% Fat (Philippines)

Infant foods

Alfare
Beba
Bona (Finland)
Cérélac
Farinha Láctea (Brazil)
FM 85
Gerber
Good Start
Guigoz
Lactogen
Nan
NAN HA
NanSoy
Neslac
Nestlé
Nestogen
Nestum (Portugal)[6]
Nido
Piltti (Finland)
PreNan

Performance nutrition

Musashi
Neston
Nesvita
Pria
Supligen

Healthcare nutrition

Boost
Carnation Instant Breakfast
Nutren
Peptamen
Glytrol
Crucial
Impact
Isosource
Fibersource
Diabetisource
Compleat
Optifast
Resource

- Meritene

- Optifibre

- Peptamen

- Resorb

- Modulen
Seasonings

Buitoni
Maggi
Carpathia
CHEF
Haoji
Thomy
Totole
Winiary

Frozen food

Stouffer’s
Lean Cuisine
Buitoni
Hot Pockets
Lean Pockets
Papa Giuseppe
La Cocinera (Spain)
Tombstone Pizza
Jack's Pizza
Delissio Pizza (Canada)
DiGiorno Pizza
California Pizza Kitchen Frozen
Wagner Pizza (All over EU)

Refrigerated products

Buitoni
Herta
Nestlé
Toll House
Katie`s Pizza

Chocolate, confectionery and baked goods

100 Grand Bar
Abuelita
Aero
After Eight
Allens
Animal Bar
Baby Ruth
Bertie Beetle (Australia)
Big Turk (Canada)
Bon Pari (Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, Russia and Hungary)
Butterfinger (Canada, United States)
Butterfinger BB's (discontinued)
Butterfinger Bites (United States)
Butterfinger Crisp (United States)
Butterfinger Peanut Butter Cups (United States) 1/2014
Butterfinger Snackerz
Cailler
Capri (Chile)
Caramac
Carlos V (candy bar)
Charge (Brazil)
Chips Ahoy! (Canada)
Chocolate Surpresa (Brazil)
Chokito (Brazil, Switzerland and Australia)
Cocosette (Venezuela)
Coffee Crisp (Canada)
Chunky
D'Onofrio (Peru)
Damak (Turkey)
Drifter
Fizzfindle
Frigor
Galak/Milkybar
Goobers
Heaven
Hercules Bars (Disney)
JOJO (Slovakia, Czech Republic and Poland)
Icebreakers
Kit Kat ( in the United States, it is distributed by Hershey's)
Lion
Lollo (Brazil)[7]



Matchmakers
Milky Bar
Minties (Australia)
Mirage
Joff
Moça (Brazil)
Munchies
Negrita (Chile)
Nestlé Alpine White
Nestlé with Almonds
Nestlé Crunch
Nestlé Crunch Crisp
Nestlé Crunch with Caramel
Nestlé Crunch with Peanuts (Limited Edition)
Nestlé Crunch Pieces
Nestlé Crunch White
Nestlé Milk Chocolate
Nestlé Princessa
Nestlé Wonder Ball
Nestlé Yes (Germany)
Nestlé Nips
Nuts (Europe)
Oh Henry
Orion (chocolate) (Slovakia, Czech Republic)
Peppermint Crisp
Perugina Baci
Polo
Prestígio (Chile, Brazil)
Princessa (Poland)
Quality Street
Raisinets
Rolo (except the United States where Hershey makes it)
Rowntrees
Fruit Pastilles
Jelly Tots
Pick & Mix
Randoms
Fruit Gums
Tooty Frooties
Juicy Jellies
Sahne Nuss (Chile)
Sensação (Brazil)



Snowcaps
Smarties
Suflair (Brazil)
Sundy (France)
Super 8 (Chile)
Susy (Venezuela)
Svitoch (Ukraine)
Szerencsi (Hungary)
Tango (Ecuador)
Tango Mini Galletas (Ecuador)
Texan Bar
Toffee Crisp
Toll House cookies
Trencito (Chile)
Walnut Whip
Violet Crumble
Yorkie
Munch (India and Bangladesh)
XXX mints
Milky Bar (India)
Wonka confectionery brands
Bottle Caps
Donutz
Fizzy Jerks
FruiTart Chews
Fun Dip
Gobstoppers
Laffy Taffy
Lik-M-Aid
Nerds
Nerds Gumballs
Nerds Rope
Oompas
Pixy Stix
Rainbow Nerds
Runts
SweeTarts
SweeTarts Rope
SweeTarts Shockers
Tart 'n' Tinys
Thrills
Wonka Bars
Wonka Xploders

Foodservice products

Chef-Mate
Davigel
Minor's
Santa Rica

Petcare

Alpo
Beneful
Cat Chow
Dog Chow
Fancy Feast
Felix
Friskies
Go Cat
Butchers
Bakers
Winalot
Gourmet
Mighty Dog
Mon Petit
ONE
Pro Plan
Purina
Tidy Cats
Zukes

As shareholder

Nestlé owns 30% of the world's largest cosmetics and beauty company L'Oréal and its brands including Garnier, Maybelline, and Lancôme as well as The Body Shop stores.
Nestlé owned 100% of Alcon. In 2008 Nestlé sold 24.8% of Alcon shares to the Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis. In 2010 Nestlé sold another 52% of Alcon to Novartis. Novartis paid a total of 39.1 bn US$.

Former brands

This is a selected list of the former brands formerly owned, discontinued, or sold to another company by Nestlé. Overall, Nestlé has discontinued, sold, or changed the name of many of its brands. Former brands are categorized by their targeted markets.
Beverages

Quik - Name changed to Nesquik
Nestlé Quik - Name changed to Nesquik

Bottled Water
The following link has been edited. Hershey's distributes Kit Kat but Nestle's makes it.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Nestl%C3%A9_brands



· San Pellegrino · Perrier · Poland Spring · Pure Life
Confectionery

Wonder Ball - Sold to Frankford Candy & Chocolate Company. Discontinued by Frankford. To be reintroduced in 2013.

Eyecare

Alcon - Sold to Novartis in 2010

Health and Nutrition

f.a.a - Name changed

Petcare

Fido Freeze - Name changed to Frosty Paws
SnackAttack - Name changed to Beggin' Strips
Pet79 - Name changed to Frosty Paws

References

Rapoport, Carla (19 September 1994). "The Swiss powerhouse Nestlé is racing across the developing world building brands, roads, farms, factories, and whatever else it needs to capture new markets", CNN, Retrieved 5 February 2013
Saboreia a Vida - Nestlé
Saboreia a Vida - Nestlé
Saboreia a Vida - Nestlé
Saboreia a Vida - Nestlé
Nestum, um produto de sucesso desde 1958... em Portugal!
Na onda 'revival', Nestlé Brasil relança chocolate Lollo - economia - versaoimpressa - Estadão
See also:
http://www.newsweek.com/nestles-california-water-permit-expired-27-years-ago-321940
http://www.alternet.org/story/52526/rural_communities_exploited_by_nestle_for_your_bottled_water
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by Luminescent Monday May 4th, 2015 2:50 PM
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