Nestlé Savory (or simply Savory) is the Chilean variant of the Nestlé Ice Cream brand.
Savory was born in 1959, becoming the first Chilean Ice Cream factory.
After Nestlé bought Savory in 1965, the logo was severely modified to include the classic shield from the Ice Cream brands of Nestlé. However, it had a few changes: first, no Nestlé logo was included, instead having a snowflake; second, the name is in all-caps.
In 1980, the shield was modified with a lighter shade of blue, the snowflake was removed, and the Savory gained a new wordmark, this time in the familiar writing style.
In 1986, the Nestlé logo was added to the shield, the shield itself now uses a darker shade of blue and the Savory wordmark became rounded.
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Subsidiary: Dreyer's Grand Ice Cream