Evian

Evian is a brand of luxury mineral water coming from several sources near Évian-les-Bains, on the south shore of Lake Geneva. The first baths appeared in 1824. In 1859, the business became a public company as the "Sociétéanonyme des eaux minérales de Cachat" and a year later it became French when Savoy was incorporated into France under the Treaty of Turin. The French Ministry of Health reauthorised the bottling of Cachat water on the recommendation of the Medicine Academy in 1878.

 

In 1908, Evian water began to be sold in glass bottles manufactured by the glass factory Souchon-Neuvesel, which today is part of Owens-Illinois. The first PVC bottle was launched in 1969. The next year, the BSN Group, which eventually became the Danone Group, took 100% control of the Evian brand. The year 1978 marked the entrance of Evian into the US market. In 1995, Evian switched to PET bottles.

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Evian

Composition in mg/l

  • Calcium CA2+: 80mg/l
  • Magnessium Mg2+: 26mg/l
  • Sodium Na2+: 6.5mg/l
  • Potassium K+: 1mg/l
  • Silica SiO2: 15mg/l
  • Bicarbonate HCO3-: 360mg/l
  • Sulphates SO42-: 12.6mg/l
  • Chlorides Cl- : 6.8mg/l
  • Nitrates NO32-: 3.7mg/l
  • Dry residue 180oC: 309mg/l pH: 7.2

Ingredients:

Natural Mineral Water