Home delivery of milk from the Santa Clara stable was started by the Conde family.
Jugos Del Valle was founded by Luis Cetto, only for producing grape juice.
The mechanical milking of cows was started.
The criollo cattle was replaced by cows imported from Canada and the United States.
Tepotzotlan plant commenced operations, producing juices and nectars.
An investment was made in a milk and pasteurization room.
The implementation of packages with twist-off system, better known as “easy open” was pioneered by us.
Jugos Del Valle was acquired by the Albarrán family, crossing the Mexican borders to bring our products to Brazil and the United States.
Frutsi was launched to the marketplace.
Our portfolio was diversified by producing ice cream, cheese, and yogurt.
A new sale channel for our dairy products was opened: Santa Clara stores.
Beberé was launched to the marketplace.
Operations in Zacatecas plant were started, by grinding and making pulp fruit for our beverages.
This year the use of aluminum can packaging was pioneered.
A half-gallon and a gallon of milk were started to be sold.
1 liter milk carton was started to be sold.
The first aseptic carton packages for juices and nectars were launched to the marketplace.
The Florida 7 brand was acquired, extending our juice and nectar portfolio.
UHT milk (ultra-pasteurized) was started to be sold.
Pasteurized milk with a steam infusion system was innovated.
As Jugos Del Valle, we became part of the Coca-Cola Industry in Mexico.
Our portfolio of non-carbonated beverages was enlarged by adopting Vitaminwater, Powerade, among others.
200 ml milk carton packages were launched in four different ice cream flavors.
Non-carbonated beverages were started to be bottled in Monterrey plant.
The second bottling line of UHT milk was acquired
Del Valle Pulpy and Del Valle Reserva were launched, currently 100% natural.
The growing of the beverage portfolio continued by launching Powerade ION4 to the marketplace.
Fuze Tea was launched to the marketplace.
Santa Clara was added to the Coca-Cola Industry model in Mexico.
Ciel Mini brand was launched to the marketplace and more production lines were installed.
Powerade Zero was launched to the marketplace.
A new visual identity was developed for our Del Valle brand.
New Pulpy flavors were launched: mango and peach
The Integrated Management System certification was obtained for all our Operation Centers (ISOS).
Jugos Del Valle and Santa Clara operations were integrated as a non-carbonated company of the Coca-Cola Industry in Mexico.
AdeS soya product brand was added to the portfolio.
Santa Clara image was renovated, maintaining the crafted roots and delicious flavor of the products.
A new Distribution Center started operations.
Our Santa Clara yogurt portfolio was enlarged and a 100% Del Valle juice was launched to the marketplace.
The operation of Lerma plant started being controlled by us to produce AdeS brand and new varieties of beverages based on seeds: coco and almond were launched.
The biggest dairy products plant of Coca-Cola System in Mexico was opened, which is in Lagos de Morenos, Jalisco.