Nestlé Nigeria has introduced Nestlé Pure Life Sparkling Water, the first plain sparkling water sourced and produced locally in Nigeria to the Nigerian market.
The sparkling water segment in Nigeria is a gap no local brand has been in a position to fill until now , thus, the launch of Nestlé Pure Life Sparkling Water further demonstrates the company’s commitment to the growth of the Nigerian economy by locally sourcing and producing high quality nutritious food and beverages to meet the needs of consumers across the country.
Speaking at the official unveiling of the product, at the Oriental Hotel, in Lagos, the Managing Director and CEO of Nestlé Nigeria PLC, Wassim Elhusseini, expressed excitement at the entrance of Nestlé Pure Life Sparkling Water.
According to him, “This product comes to join Nestlé Pure Life Premium Water and Nestlé Pure Life Protect fortified with Zinc as healthy hydration alternatives for consumers.
He stressed that the innovation is a result of years of dedicated research to find a refreshing and exciting solution to thirst, with a product that has a satisfying taste and feel.
Also speaking at the launch, the Marketing Manager of Nestlé Waters in Nigeria, Gloria Nwabuike, said, “This innovation is a result of years of dedicated research to find a refreshing and exciting solution to thirst, with a product that has a satisfying taste and feels.”
She further noted that “The production of Nestlé Pure Life Sparkling Water takes into consideration, Nestlé’s global net zero commitment by adopting sustainable practices and processes across our operations: the bottles are light-weighted and fully recyclable. In addition, the production process optimizes water usage for the good of our environment.”
Nestlé Nigeria is one of the largest food and beverage companies in Africa.
The company has reportedly nourished families across the country for the past 59 years with high quality nutritious food and beverages in line with her purpose of unlocking the power of food to enhance quality of life for everyone today and for future generations.