Explore our local water brands
People around the world appreciate our brands' local spring water, purified water, and natural mineral water. Not just for the taste, but for the unique places that they come from.
Buxton Natural Mineral Water started its journey more than 5,000 years ago as rain falling on the hills of the Derbyshire Peak District.
After finding its way through a mile of ancient rock, it rushes back to the surface in the historic spa town of Buxton as pure, natural British mineral water.
As the UK's largest natural mineral water brand, Buxton is encouraging to Rise Up Recycle and close the circle on recycling - majority of our bottles are recyclable and made of recycled plastic. Our state-of-the-art factory in Buxton was built with sustainability at its core and is powered by renewable electricity. Our pioneering water stewardship work achieved the prestigious Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) certification with platinum status, the highest level possible.
Still or sparkling? However you want your refreshment, Buxton got something for you.
Turkey's leading water brand, Erikli, has a unique taste nurtured by the winds on the snowy peaks of Mount Uludağ.
The water gushes froth, from the protected peaks of the pristine Uludağ mountain over 2300m, filtered through age old rocks to connect unique balance of rich minerals forming soft and pure taste.
This pure taste pours right from the heart of nature into Erikli bottles. To preserve this purity, we've made great strides in our sustainability journey so far. Our We Need to Protect initiative aims to preserve the natural heritage, richness and biodiversity of Uludağ. Erikli is also part of Nestlé's global ambition to make its packaging reusable or recyclable.
This is only the beginning. We're working to make Erikli even more sustainable and in-tune with nature. As part of that commitment, both Erikli sites will be certified by the Alliance for Water Stewardship.
One of Italy's favorite waters, Levissima delivers the strength and purity of the mountain to everyday life. Created by nature, Levissima mineral water flows pure from high-altitude springs in the Central Alps.
Such a pure gift from the mountains must be respected and preserved. That's why Levissima is on a regeneration mission, with the aim to promote a circular economy that encourages responsible use of resources and a culture of recycling.
Levissima is also working to help create a positive impact within communties' life, starting from its territory with concrete action on glacier and biodiversity preservation.
Vittel natural mineral water emerges from deep in the lush natural environment of France's Vosges Hills, where the rocks provide its unique mineral content. For more than 150 years it has refreshed the body and mind to help people make the most of every moment.
For nearly 30 years, Vittel has been working on preserving biodiversity. By bringing together farmers, municipalities, companies, and citizens, Vittel is working to reconcile human activity and environmental protection. We aime to preserve and develop natural ecosystems at the Vittel source and beyond to achieve biodiversity - including responsible and sustainable management of water resources. In the wider world, we are developing alternatives to plastic and investing in the circular economy to sustainably manage our packaging.
The natural mineral water of Contrex is famous, thanks to its unique mineral composition. Its purity and natural mineral-richness can help recharge your body with calcium and magnesium - providing essential benefits that have been recognized by the Academy of Medicine for more than 100 years.
The source was discovered by Charles Bagard, the first doctor of Louis XV.
Born from an underground deposit, naturally protected by impermeable rocks of clay and marl, the water travels a long underground path through the plain of the Vosges (France). Within this territory we take protection measures to prevent urban, industrial, or agricultural pollution, allowing the water to naturally take on precious minerals: calcium (468mg/L) and magnesium (74,5mg/L). To help limit the impact of its activity on the environment, the brand is using recycled plastic in each bottle.
Committed to the planet but also to women, Contrex has been acting for 6 years to help improve women condition through a unique social and sustainable program, Les Elles by Contrex.
"A HENNIEZ, please!" is still a common sound in restaurants when some Swiss want to drink a mineral water. HENNIEZ natural mineral water has been valued since Celtic and Roman times and became the leading Swiss mineral water, especially in restaurants, during the past century.
The HENNIEZ source is located between meadows and woods of 70 000s reforested trees in the intensively farmed Broye valley between Bern and Lausanne. To help preserve the natural quality of HENNIEZ mineral water, we have been partnering since 2009 with local farmers, authorities, and businesses in our ECO-Broye program to initiate a variety of projects including a biogas plant to transform manure into renewable energy, agronomist advice to farmers to use less pesticides and 500 000 bees that buzz on the grounds.
All of this in the spirit of: HENNIEZ, as natural as me.
Born in the heart of Vosges region in France, Hépar is a still mineral water with one of the highest natural concentrations in magnesium,* leading to a precious health benefit.
Indeed, its unique mineral composition makes Hépar the only natural mineral water to have clinically demonstrated its effectiveness** on constipation.
As a true transit partner, Hépar has been putting its expertise at the service of people and healthcare professionals for many years thanks to scientific studies and multiple operations to lift the taboo surrounding gut health issues. This way, the brand helps people to rediscover the joy of everyday life by releasing them from the physical and psychological discomfort associated with constipation.
As Hépar mineral water is rare and precious in many aspects, we are committed to preserve its source and the surrounding land from any potential source of pollution.
* Among the still natural mineral waters distributed in stores in France. 119 mg/L of magnesium in 1L of Hépar.
** (1) Dupont C, Campagne A, Constant F. Efficacy and Safety of a Magnesium Sulfate-Rich Natural Mineral Water for Patients With Functional Constipation. Clinical Gastroenterology and Hepatology 2014;12:1280-1287 / (2) Christophe Dupont, Florence Constant, Aurélie Imbert, Guillaume Hébert, Othar Zourabichvili, et al.. Time to treatment response of a magnesium- and sulphate-rich natural mineral water in functional constipation. Nutrition, Elsevier, 2019, 65, pp.167-172 (10.1016/j.nut.2019.02.018⟩. (hal-02967573⟩
Experience La Vie, the intact natural mineral water bottled at rare source strictly licensed by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment.
Naturally filtered by aquifers in the mountains of Vietnam, every drop preserves all the pristine nature goodness & delivers the light natural and revitalizing taste, that regenerates our bodies and mind to conquer the progressive life every day.
At La Vie, we believe in putting sustainability first. We are committed to helping regenerate aquatic biodiversity. And we want to create a positive impact on the environment, looking toward a healthy planet for future generations of Vietnam.
We are working to eliminate unnecessary parts of our packaging that could become litter, with initiatives to support recycling. Currently, almost all La Vie packaging is recyclable and we aim to use 25% rPET for our packaging by 2025.
Natural mineral water Nałęczowianka is extracted from the Nałęczów health resort in the buffer zone of the Kazimierski Landscape Park in the Lublin Uplands of Poland.
Our water saturates with a composition of 7 minerals during a 20-year journey through rock deposits and later Nałęczowianka transfers those minerals to you saturating your organism so that you can do whatever you desire.
You can enjoy this medium-mineralized natural mineral water every day.
In the aim to take care of the planet we strive to make our packaging neutral to the environment introducing next packaging created from 50% or even 100% rPET - because "If not NAŁ, then when"?