Ferrarelle is one the most popular mineral waters with Italians. It springs from the Riardo countryside in the province of Caserta, from an ancient volcanic source between the extinct volcano of Roccamonfina and Campania’s Apennine foothills. Work to channel Ferrarelle water began in 1893, while the commercial launch as a table water was in 1900, during the national hygiene exhibition in Naples. Today, this water, rich in mineral salts and carbon dioxide (which gives it its natural effervescence), is exported to 40 countries worldwide. In 2005, LGR Holding Spa acquired Ferrarelle, Santagata, Natìa and Boario, followed by Vitasnella, in 2012. The name Ferrarelle Spa currently identifies the group with its iconic trademark.