Pierre Papillaud Net Worth

Pierre Papillaud was born on July 01, 1935 in France. Pierre Papillaud owes his fortune to mineral water. Roxane, which he has led since 1959 (five years after its founding) now turns out 4 billion bottles a year, mostly under its well-known Mont Blanc and Cristaline brands. According to the company, Cristaline is the most popular drink in France, served in more than half of all French homes. The company's products are also sold in 69 other countries, across five continents. Through holding company Alma, Papillaud owns 51% of Roxane, which has estimated sales of more than $1 billion; he sold 49% to Otsuka Pharmaceutical, the Japanese producer of Pocari Sweat sports drink, for nearly $1.2 billion, in 2008.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Birth Day July 01, 1935
Birth Place France
Died On 13 June 2017(2017-06-13) (aged 81)\nAlençon, France
Birth Sign Leo
Occupation Businessman

💰 Net worth: $1.2 Billion (2021)

2014 $1.6 Billion
2015 $1.2 Billion
2016 $1.2 Billion
2018 $1.2 Billion

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Papillaud owned 51% of the Alma Group, which sells mineral water under the brandnames of Cristaline, MontBlanc, Saint-Yorre, Rozana, Chateldon and Vichy Célestins. In 2008, he sold the other 49% to the Japan-based Otsuka Pharmaceutical for US$1.2 billion.


In September 2016, the New York Times reported that Pierre Papillaud demanded that the town of Weed, California give up its only water source so that Papillaud's bottle water company could have more water to sell as Cristaline.


Papillaud lived in Paris, France, until his death on 13 June 2017.