List of Nestlé brands

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This is a selected list of the main brands owned by Nestlé. Overall, Nestlé owns close to 8,000 brands.[1] Brands are categorized by their targeted markets.

Cereals[edit]

Yogurt[edit]

  • 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 & Strawbery) (Pakistan)

Coffee[edit]

Water[edit]

Other drinks[edit]

  • 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 (Argentina, Peru)
  • Nescau (Brazil)
  • Nesfruta (Philippines, India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Canada)
  • Nesquik
  • 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[edit]

Chilled[edit]

  • 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[edit]

Infant foods[edit]

Performance nutrition[edit]

  • Musashi
  • Neston
  • Nesvita
  • PowerBar
  • Pria
  • Supligen

Healthcare nutrition[edit]

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

Seasonings[edit]

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

Frozen food[edit]

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

Refrigerated products[edit]

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

Chocolate, confectionery and baked goods[edit]

Foodservice products[edit]

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

Petcare[edit]

As shareholder[edit]

  • 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[edit]

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[edit]

Bottled Water[edit]

Confectionery[edit]

Eyecare[edit]

Health and Nutrition[edit]

  • f.a.a - Name changed

Petcare[edit]

References[edit]

  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