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List of Nestlé brands

This is a selected list of the main brands owned by Nestlé. Overall, Nestlé owns over 2,000 brands.[1] Brands are categorized by their targeted markets.

Contents

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

Cereals

Yogurt

Coffee

Water

Other drinks

  • Carnation
  • Caro (sold in the USA as Pero)
  • Chocolate D'Onofrio (Peru)
  • Chuckie (Philippines)
  • Enviga (joint-venture with Coca-Cola, Beverage Partners Worldwide)
  • Good Host
  • Growers Direct Organic Fruit Juices
  • Ideal (Peru)
  • Libby's
  • Milo
  • Nescao (Peru)
  • Nescau (Brazil)
  • Nesfruta (Philippines, India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Canada)
  • Nesquik
  • Nestea (joint-venture with Coca-Cola, Beverage Partners Worldwide)
  • Nestomalt (Sri Lanka)
  • Ovaltine (U.S. only)
  • Sjora
  • Ski up and go (yogurt and cereal drink)
  • Supligen (Caribbean)
  • Sweet Leaf Tea
  • Vascolet (Uruguay)

Shelf stable

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

Branston Pickle

Chilled

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

Ice cream

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

Infant foods

Performance nutrition

  • Musashi
  • Neston
  • Nesvita
  • Pria
  • Supligen

Healthcare nutrition

  • Boost
  • Carnation Instant Breakfast
  • Compleat
  • Crucial
  • Diabetisource
  • Fibersource
  • Glytrol
  • Impact
  • Isosource
  • Meritene
  • Modulen
  • Nutren
  • Optifast
  • Optifibre
  • Peptamen
  • Resorb
  • Resource

Seasonings

  • Buitoni
  • Carpathia
  • CHEF
  • Haoji
  • Maggi
  • Thomy
  • Totole
  • Winiary

Frozen food

Refrigerated products

  • Buitoni
  • Herta
  • Katie's Pizza
  • Nestlé
  • Toll House

Chocolate, confectionery and baked goods

Foodservice products

  • Chef-Mate
  • Davigel
  • Minor's
  • Santa Rica

Petcare

  • Alpo
  • Bakers
  • Bakers Complete
  • Beneful
  • Bonnie
  • Cat Chow
  • Castor & Pollux
  • Chef Michael's Canine Creations
  • Dog Chow
  • Fancy Feast
  • Felix
  • Friskies
  • Go Cat
  • Gourmet
  • Merrick
  • Mighty Dog
  • Mon Petit
  • ONE
  • Pro Plan
  • Purina
  • PetLife
  • Ruffs
  • Supercoat
  • Tidy Cats
  • totalcare
  • Winalot
  • Zukes

As shareholder

  • Nestlé owns 30% of L'Oréal, the world's largest cosmetics and beauty company, and its brands include Garnier, Maybelline, and Lancôme as well as The Body Shop stores.
  • Nestlé owned 100% of Alcon in 1978. In 2002 Nestlé sold 23.2% of its Alcon shares on the New York Stock Exchange. In 2008 Nestlé sold 24.8% of its Alcon shares to the Swiss pharmaceutical giant Novartis. In 2010 Nestlé sold the remaining 52% of its Alcon shares to Novartis. Novartis paid a total of 39.1 bn USD.

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

Bottled water

  • Powwow Water - discontinued
  • San Pellegrino
  • Perrier
  • Poland Spring
  • Pure Life

Confectionery

Eyecare

Health and nutrition

  • f.a.a - name changed

Petcare

References

  1. ^ 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
  2. ^ Saboreia a Vida - Nestlé
  3. ^ Saboreia a Vida - Nestlé
  4. ^ Saboreia a Vida - Nestlé
  5. ^ Saboreia a Vida - Nestlé
  6. ^ Nestum, um produto de sucesso desde 1958... em Portugal!
  7. ^ Na onda 'revival', Nestlé Brasil relança chocolate Lollo - economia - versaoimpressa - Estadão
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