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The product portfolio includes Poland Spring, Deer Park, Ozarka, Arrowhead, Ice Mountain and Pure Life.
The lawsuit by Earth Island Institute is believed to be the first of its kind.
Bedi has been with Nestlé for more than 20 years, first joining the company as a management trainee in its nutrition division.
The first flavor combinations are Strawberry & Kiwi, Peach & Cherry and Pineapple & Mango.
Poland Spring's current packaging is predominantly made using PET plastic and is already 100% recyclable.
The new product is 100% natural spring water sustainably sourced from the White Cedar Spring in Maine and packaged in bottles made from recycled bottles, according to the company.
Tulauskas worked at GM for 27 years, most recently as director of sustainability.
"We want to take the 'single' out of 'single-use' bottles," said company President and CEO Fernando Mercé.
Mega Beverage Redemption Center Inc. of Mount Vernon has accused Nestlé Waters North America, which is headquartered in Stamford, Connecticut, of violating the New York State Returnable Container Act.
Volunteers from Nestlé Waters North America assembled 1,000 first aid kits at the company’s Stamford headquarters Aug. 2 in recognition of Nestlé Cares Day, a national day of service that brings together thousands of Nestlé employees at community service events.
The water, which is sourced at San Pellegrino Terme in Italy's Lombardy region, has always been bottled since it was introduced to retail channels in 1899.
Yumi Clevenger-Lee was most recently marketing director of the Latin America region for Cereal Partners Worldwide.
Nestlé Waters North America and WWE have teamed up on a promotional campaign designed to encourage a healthier lifestyle through water consumption.
The lawsuit was "without merit" according to U.S. District Court, District of Connecticut Judge Jeffrey Alker Meyer. "Poland Spring is what we have always said it is – 100 percent natural spring water, meeting all FDA regulations for spring water,”Nestlé Waters Executive Vice President and General Counsel Charles Broll said.
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