San Pellegrino (also S. Pellegrino) is an Italian brand of mineral water, and assorted real-fruit beverages made from it, with naturally occurring carbonation and additional carbonation added by the bottler, produced and bottled by Nestlé at San Pellegrino Terme, in the Province of Bergamo, Lombardy, Italy. The water contains carbon dioxide and at least the following chemical elements in amounts of 100 or more micrograms per liter: calcium, chloride, fluorine, lithium, magnesium, nitrogen, potassium, silicon, sodium, and strontium. The strontium is naturally occurring, not the radioactive strontium-90. Outside of Italy, San Pellegrino is portrayed as a luxury and expensive bottled water. Owned by Nestlé since 1997, San Pellegrino is exported to most countries in Europe, the Americas, Australasia and the Middle East, as well as to Japan, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.