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Nestlé: Hanging on for Pure Life


As many consumers in the United States and Europe are dropping bottled water, the industry is beginning to see a decline in sales.

Today, Nestlé appears to have developed new strategies to combat this challenging sales climate, which center around its Pure Life brand.

Pure Life differs from Nestlé’s previous brands in the United States in terms of the source of its water, the messaging used to sell it, and its target audience: Hispanic immigrants in the United States and “emerging markets” in developing nations abroad. Read the full report.

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