Comment - Danone, Nestle see fresh water growth

By Michelle Russell | 12 August 2011

Nestle and Danone's waters divisions both reported sales increases in the first-half of the year, signalling that bottled water is experiencing a resurgence in demand in some key western markets.

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Nestle and Danone's waters divisions both reported sales increases in the first-half of the year, signalling that bottled water is experiencing a resurgence in demand in some key western markets.

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