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A French story since 1863

Born in France, the effervescent spirit of Perrier is now recognized in more than 140 countries. First, our carbonated mineral water was adopted as the champagne of table waters in Great Britain. Soon after, it went on to captivate hearts far and wide, before finding fame at home in France.

With its invigorating bubbles, Perrier has tastefully quenched thirst for almost 160 years. The unique blend of distinctive bubbles and balanced mineral content is a great alternative to carbonated soft drinks, with no sugar and zero calories.

Perrier packs plenty of daring on its own, but the crisp carbonation makes it the perfect partner for mixing your own cocktails or mocktails. Elegant and versatile, it’s perfect at-home or on-the-go – a refreshing choice for every day.

organic farm

A thirst for sustainability

Everything in nature is intertwined: if we are to help preserve Perrier natural mineral water, which is located in the groundwater aquifer, it is vital that we strive to protect the surrounding land that forms the catchment area known as the 'impluvium'.

We actively support a zero-pesticide policy across the farmlands and villages located within the impluvium. Since 1994, we have been working hand-in-hand with the region's farmers to help them make the transition to organic farming and adopt sustainable practices. We also partner with local NGOs and authorities to work toward safeguarding the quantity and quality of the water's region.

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...and circular economy

We're also gradually replacing virgin plastic (PET) with recycled plastic (rPET) in Perrier bottles. Our goal is for our bottles to be made with 50% recycled PET by 2025 - part of our wider ambition to a circular economy model. We're taking the same approach for our plastic overwrap, which incorporates 50% recycled materials.

Since 2018, our bottles have been transported to the French port of Fos-sur-Mer via a daily train powered by electricity: an important step in the move towards sustainable transport, reducing our CO2 emissions by 2,500 tons each year.

 

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The history of Perrier

1863
1870
1898
1903
1906
1910
1936
1949
1960s
1970
1976
1988
1992
2001
2006
2013
2020
1863

A new spa

A decree is signed authorizing water to be taken from the spring at Les Bouillens in Vergèze, which has been known since Roman times. Alphonse Granier, the owner of the site, builds a spa resort.
1870

Taste the prestige

Keen to spread the word about the beneficial properties of water from Les Bouillens spa, Alphonse dubs it 'the princess of table waters' in an advertisement.
1898

Introducing Dr Perrier

Doctor Louis-Eugène Perrier takes over the company. He perfects techniques for water and gas capture, establishes the optimum blend and begins bottling at the source for the first time. Les Bouillens water 'to go' is born.
1903

A new partner

St. John Harmsworth buys shares in the company, his interest piqued by Doctor Perrier's efforts to attract funding for his spa in Vergèze.
1906

Named after the doctor

As a tribute to the Doctor, St. John Harmsworth calls both his company and his water Perrier. The unusual shape of the bottle is inspired by a wooden Indian club Harmsworth used for exercising.
1910

More Perrier for everyone

We build a new home for our brand, with plenty of room for our growing team – there are now almost 300 of us. At the same time, we introduce a whole series of innovative production processes.
1936

A new icon is born

The Perrier Girl, designed by Jean- Gabriel Domergue, makes her first appearance. A campaign offering variations on 'the champagne of table waters' theme draws on the talents of some of the era's best writers.
1949

A famous sound

Advertising executive Jean Davray invents the slogan 'Perrier, l'eau qui fait Pschitt', referring to the sound of the bottle being opened, and commissions top poster designers to illustrate the slogan, with Jean Carlu being the first.
1960s

Crazy bubbles

Perrier had a wild trip with its 'Crazy Bubbles' campaign, a collaboration with Barbarella author and artist Jean-Claude Forest. Forest's iconic sci-fi style included mermaids and cavewoman.
1970

Get wild with Perrier

Jean Davray invents a new landmark slogan: 'Perrier, c'est fou!' (Perrier is zany!). The bottle is decorated with a tuxedo to celebrate New Year's Eve 1970.
1976

Perrier arrives in the United States

It didn't take long to become popular thanks to the iconic 'Earth's first soft drink' campaign, illustrated by Rob. Bleechman & Milton Glaser.
1988

Enjoyed in more than 100 countries

Perrier is now sold in 119 countries – sending demand to over one billion bottles every year.
1992

Perrier joins the Nestlé family

Nestlé, the world's top food-processing group and owner of other prestigious springs, buys Source Perrier SA – a key step in Nestlé becoming the biggest global player in bottled water.
2001

Perrier on the move

Perrier goes portable with new easy-to-carry PET (polyethylene terephthalate) plastic bottles.
2006

A campaign to modernize

Three new bottling lines are created, and the Verrerie du Languedoc glassworks is sold to refocus on what Perrier does best – mineral water.
2013

A major milestone

Perrier celebrates its 150th anniversary in style under the Pop Art banner, featuring Warhol designs. Suspense is in the air with Perrier Secret Place, an interactive game full of surprises.
2020

A Murakami special

Takashi Murakami's signature smiling flowers and characters, Kaikai and Kiki, bring an extra pop of color and joy to the iconic green Perrier bottles.

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