List of Nestlé brands
- 1 Beverages
- 2 Cereals
- 3 Chilled
- 4 Chocolate, confectionery and baked goods
- 5 Foodservice products
- 6 Frozen food
- 7 Healthcare nutrition
- 8 Infant foods
- 9 Performance nutrition
- 10 Petcare
- 11 Refrigerated products
- 12 Seasonings
- 13 Shelf stable
- 14 Yogurt
- 15 As shareholder
- 16 Former brands
- 17 References
- 18 Further reading
- Blue Bottle Coffee Company 
- Bonka 
- Buondi (Portugal)
- Chameleon Cold-Brew
- Christina (Portugal)
- Dolca (Argentina)
- Dolce Gusto
- Ecco (Peru, Chile)
- El Chaná (Uruguay)
- International Roast
- Kirma (Peru)
- Loumidis (Greece)
- Mountain Blend
- Nescafé 
- Nespresso 
- Partner's Blend 
- Sical 
- Sunrise (India)
- Taster's Choice 
- Tofa 
- Aberfoyle (Ontario, Canada)
- AcquaI eat coffee
- Alaçam (Turkey)
- Aqua Mineral (Poland)
- Aqua Pod
- Aqua Spring (Greece)
- Aquarel (Spain)
- Arctic (Poland)
- Arrowhead (US) 
- Baraka (Egypt)
- Buxton (UK)
- Calistoga (US)
- Carola (France)
- Charmoise (Belgium)
- Ciego Montero (Cuba)
- Contrex (France) 
- Cristalp (Switzerland)
- Da Shan YunNan Spring (China)
- Dar Natury (Poland)
- Deep Spring (California)
- Deer Park (US)
- Eco de los Andes (Argentina)
- Erikli (Turkey)
- Frische Brise (Germany)
- Gerber (Mexico)
- Ghadeer (Jordan)
- Glaciar (Argentina)
- Henniez (Switzerland)
- Hépar (France)
- Hidden Spring (Philippines)
- Ice Mountain (US) 
- Κorpi (Greece)
- La Vie (Vietnam)
- Levissima (Italy)
- Los Portales (Cuba)
- Minéré (Thailand)
- Montclair (Canada)
- Nałęczowianka (Poland)
- Nestlé Selda (Portugal)
- Nestlé Vera (Italy)
- Neuselters (Germany)
- Ozarka (US)
- Pejo (Italy)
- Perrier  (France)
- Petrópolis (Brazil)
- Plancoët (France)
- Poland Spring (US)
- Porvenir (Chile)
- Pure Life/Pureza Vital/Vie Pure
- Quézac (France)
- Recoaro (Italy)
- Saint-Lambert (France)
- Sainte-Alix (France)
- 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)
- Cerevita (Zimbabwe)
- Cheerios  (in some non-US markets)
- Chocapic 
- Cini Minis 
- Clusters 
- Cookie Crisp (in non-US markets)
- Crunch (chocolate) 
- Curiously Cinnamon 
- Curiously Strawberry 
- Estrelitas 
- Fitness 
- Force Flakes
- Gold Flakes 
- Golden Grahams  (in non-US markets)
- Golden Morn (Nigeria)
- Golden Nuggets
- Honey Stars 
- Koko Krunch 
- Lion Cereal
- Milo cereals 
- Nesquik Breakfast Cereal
- Nestlé Corn Flakes 
- Shredded Wheat 
- Shreddies  (UK and Ireland)
- TRIO Cereal
- Chamyto  (Brazil, Mexico, Chile)
- 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)
- Nesvita (India, Pakistan)
- Ninho (Brazil)
- Sollys (Brazil)
- Sveltesse (France)
- Svelty (Mexico)
Chocolate, confectionery and baked goods
- Åhusglass (Sweden)
- Aino (Finland)
- Camy (Spain, Portugal)
- D'Onofrio (Peru)
- Делта (Delta, Bulgaria)
- Δέλτα (Delta, Greece)
- Nestlé Dibs – chocolate-covered vanilla ice cream bite size frozen snacks created by Nestlé, they are produced by Nestle in conjunction with Dreyer's Ice Cream and are marketed as Edy's in the midwest and eastern United States.
- Dreyer's 
- Eskimo (Finland)
- Frigor (Argentina)
- Frisco (Switzerland)
- Häagen-Dazs  (North America only)
- Hjem-IS (Norway)
- Kimo (Egypt)
- Kimy (Philippines)
- Kotijäätelö (Finland)
- Mat Kool (Malaysia)
- Motta (Italy)
- Mövenpick (Switzerland)
- Nestlé Drumstick – The Original Sundae Cone
- Nestlé Ice Cream
- Nestlé Princessa (Poland)
- Oreo Frozen Desert Sandwiches  (Canada)
- Pingviini (Finland)
- Real Dairy
- Savory (North America - United States and Canada and Chile)
- Schöller (Germany and Austria)
- Skinny Cow
- Sorbetes (Philippines)
- Temptations (Philippines)
- Underground is (Denmark)
- zer0% Fat (Philippines)
- Beba 
- Bona (Finland)
- Farinha Láctea (Brazil)
- FM 85
- Gerber 
- Good Start
- NAN HA
- Nestlé Bear Brand (acquired by infant feeding by Bear Brand Jr. (formerly Bear Brand 1+) in 2001)
- Nestum (Portugal) (Central America)
- Piltti (Finland)
- SMA (UK)
- Wyeth (Bonna, S26)
Nestlé Purina petcare products
- 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 – a milk product
- Tendre Noix
- Nestlé owns 30% of L'Oréal, the world's largest cosmetics and beauty company, whose brands include Garnier, Maybelline, and Lancôme.
- 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 existing 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.
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.
- Farine Lactée – baby formula invented by Henri Nestlé and introduced in 1867
- Juicy Juice  - sold to Brynwood Partners
- Quik  – name changed to Nesquik
- Nestlé Quik – name changed to Nesquik
- Bit-O-Honey  – sold in 2013
- Wonder Ball – sold to Frankford Candy & Chocolate Company; discontinued by Frankford
Health and nutrition
- f.a.a – name changed
- Fido Freeze – name changed to Frosty Paws
- Pet79 – name changed to Frosty Paws
- SnackAttack – name changed to Beggin' Strips
- Branston Pickle  (now owned by Mizkan)
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