Danone produces and distributes food and beverage products. The company’s Fresh Dairy Products division offers yogurts, fermented dairy products, and other specialty fresh dairy products under the Activia, Actimel, Danonino, Fruchtswerge, Danoninho, Petit Gervais, Danimals, Serenito, Milkuat, Danacol, Densia, Oikos, Danette, Fantasia, Vitalinea, Taillefine, and Ser brands. Its Waters division offers packaged natural, flavored, and vitamin-enriched water under Evian, Volvic, Bonafont, Mizone, Fontvella, Lanjarón, Villavicencio and Villa del Sur, Aqua, and Zywiec Zdroj brands. The company’s Baby Nutrition division produces and distributes specialized food for babies and young children to complement breast-feeding, as well as solid foods for babies under Aptamil, Nutrilon, Almiron, Gallia, Bebelac, Cow&Gate, Blédina, and Malyutka brands. Its Medical Nutrition division provides specialized food for people receiving medical treatment, babies afflicted with certain illnesses, and frail elderly people. Its products include liquid oral nutritional supplements, hypoallergenic products, nutritional products for special medical needs, oral and feeding tube food products for the dietary treatment of infants and children, and products for tube feeding for dietary treatment of patients who are not capable of feeding themselves and suffer from illness related malnutrition. This division markets its products primarily under the Nutricia brand. The company serves individual consumers, retail chains, traditional market outlets, pharmacies, hospitals, and clinics. It has operations in Russia, France, the United States, China, Spain, Indonesia, Mexico, Argentina, the United Kingdom, and Brazil. Danone has a strategic agreement with Starbucks Corporation to create and develop a line of dannon-branded fresh dairy products. The company was formerly known as Groupe Danone and changed its name to Danone in April 2009. Danone was founded in 1899 and is based in Paris, France.