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Subtopic 1: Valpre Overview
– Bottled spring water by The Coca-Cola Company
– Available in South Africa
– Bottled in still and sparkling forms
– Claimed to be sourced from Fricona Valley in northern KwaZulu-Natal
– New Valpre Water Bottling plant established in Heidelberg, Gauteng in 2009

Subtopic 2: Valpre Composition
– Calcium: 0.1 mg/L
– Chloride
– Fluoride: 1.0 mg/L
– Magnesium
– Sulfate: 4.0 mg/L

Subtopic 3: Valpre Sources
– Originates from Fricona Valley, Paulpietersburg, Northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
– Bottled just as found in the highlands
– Valpre Still Spring Water website available

Subtopic 4: Valpre Ownership
Coca-Cola South Africa announced establishment of Valpre Water Bottling plant
Coca-Cola Beverages Africa: 66.5%
Coca-Cola Europacific Partners: 19.5%
Coca-Cola FEMSA: 28%
Coca-Cola Hellenic: 23.2%

Subtopic 5: Valpre References
– Brand & Products | Valpre on
– Valpre water plant for Heidelberg on BizCommunity
Water for the connoisseur on SowetanLIVE
– Legal cases involving Coca-Cola
– Campaigns and slogans associated with Coca-Cola

Valpre (Wikipedia)

Valpré is a bottled spring water by The Coca-Cola Company available in South Africa. The brand is bottled in two forms, "still" and "sparkling".

CountrySouth Africa
SourceFricona Valley, Paulpietersburg, Northern KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
TypeStill water, sparkling water
Calcium (Ca)10
Chloride (Cl)2
Fluoride (F)<0.1
Magnesium (Mg)10
Potassium (K)1.0
Sulfate (SO4)4.0
WebsiteValpré Still Spring Water
All concentrations in milligrams per liter (mg/L); pH without units

Coca-Cola South Africa announced on the 12 October 2009 that it will establish a new Valpre Water Bottling plant in Heidelberg, Gauteng.

It is claimed to be brought to the consumer just as they found it in the Fricona Valley, in the highlands of northern KwaZulu-Natal.

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