GISEM / UNESEM
4 Jun 1959, as European Union of Natural Mineral Water Sources of the Common Market -- Union européenne des sources d'eaux minérales naturelles du Marché commun (UNESEM) -- Europäische Vereinigung der Mineralbrunnen in der EWG -- Unione Europea delle Sorgenti di Acque Minerali Naturali del Mercato Comune -- Europese Unie van Exploitanten van Mineraalwaterbronnen in de Gemeenschappelijke Markt -- Europaeiske Union for Faellesmarkedets Naturlige Forekomster af Mineralvand, under which title the organization still functions with respect to its European Community members. Non-EU members are brought together through the grouping known as Groupement international des sources d'eaux minérales naturelles (GISEM). Also referred to as European Grouping of Natural Mineral Water Sources. Previously referred to as Union européenne et groupement international des industries des eaux minérales et des eaux de source. Ceased to exist. Replaced by D-XJ3851 - Natural Mineral Waters Europe (NMWE).
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