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|Founder||Jayanti lal Chauhan|
|India, United Arab Emirates|
|Ramesh J Chauhan (Chairman and MD)|
|Products||Bisleri Mineral Water, Bisleri Soda, Bisleri Urzza, Bisleri Vedica, Bisleri Fonzo, Bisleri Spyci, Bisleri Limonata, Bisleri Pinacolada, etc.|
Bisleri International Pvt. Ltd, also known as Parle Bisleri, is an Indian beverages company best known for its eponymous Bisleri brand of bottled mineral water.
The Parle Group, founded by Late Jayantilal Chauhan, began manufacturing soft drinks in 1949. Bisleri, an Italian mineral water company, was launched in Mumbai in the year 1965. The Parle Group purchased Bisleri from the Italian entrepreneur Signor Felice Bisleri in 1969.
Several Parle Bisleri soda brands including Citra, Thums Up, Maaza, Limca and Gold Spot were sold to Coca-Cola in 1993 for a reported $40 million. At the time of sale, the Parle brands together had a 60% market share in the industry. The brand was strong in South India. Citra was phased out by 2000 to make way for Coke's international brand, Sprite.
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