Nestle Water Controversy The State of Maine sued Poland Spring in 2003 for false advertising. The water from the Poland springs is common groundwater

Nestle hired hydro-geologists to investigate the water’s origin. They discovered that the source of Poland Spring is a former trash dump, below an illegal disposal site, and that human sewage has been used for years as fertilizer. After the investigation, Nestle agreed to pay a settlement that includes a $10 million donation to charity over 5 years. Despite this, Poland Spring continues to sell

The Class Action

Read the 325 page Document

The “Poland Spring” Is Not a Source of Water Used in Defendant’s Poland Spring Water Products, and the Water Collected by Wells at Defendant’s Poland Spring, Maine Site Is Not Spring Water ……………….62


B. Water Collected at Defendant’s “Clear Spring” Site in Hollis
Is Not Spring Water Because the Clear Spring Is Man-Made ……………..105


C. Water Collected at Defendant’s “Garden Spring” Site in Poland Is
Not Spring Water, and the Garden Spring Is Not a Genuine Spring …….141


D. Water Collected at Defendant’s “Evergreen Spring” Site in
Fryeburg Is Not Spring Water, and the Evergreen Spring
Is Not a Genuine Spring 170


E. Water Collected at Defendant’s “Cold Spring” Site in Denmark
Is Not Spring Water, and No Genuine Spring Exists at that Site …………192


F. Water Collected at Defendant’s “White Cedar Spring”
Site in Dallas Plantation Is Not Spring Water, and the
White Cedar Spring Does Not Naturally Exist 220


G. Water Collected at Defendant’s “Spruce Spring”
Site in Pierce Pond Is Not Spring Water, and the
Spruce Spring Does Not Genuinely Exist 240


H. Water Collected at Defendant’s “Bradbury Spring”
Site in Kingfield Is Not Spring Water, and the
Bradbury Spring Is Not a Genuine Spring…………..

Nestles Poilish Spring Water will be sold to a subsidiary of One Rock Capital Partners and investment firm Metropoulos & Co.

Global food giant Nestle is selling its bottled-water brands in North America for $4.3 billion to a pair of private-equity firms that hope to reinvigorate sales.

Brands including Poland Spring, Deer Park, Arrowhead, Ozarka, Zephyrhills and Pure Life will be sold to a subsidiary of One Rock Capital Partners and investment firm Metropoulos & Co. The deal, which is expected to close this spring, will create one of the largest beverage companies in the U.S.

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