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Being sustainable

We sure aren't perfect but we're trying to do the right thing.

It might make us sound like a Miss World contestant, but here at innocent, we want to leave things a little bit better than we find them. We strive to do business in a more enlightened way, where we take responsibility for the impact of our business on society and the environment, aiming to move these impacts from negative to neutral or (better still) positive. It's part of our quest to become a truly sustainable business where we have a net positive effect on the world around us. Below you can see our strategy for doing so as well as our performance to date.

tastes good does good

tastes good does good

We don't claim to be perfect. We know we’ve got a long way to go on our journey to be a truly sustainable brand. However, in the meantime, quite a lot of people thought it would be a good idea for us to share our journey with those around us. So we make an extra special effort to write about sustainability matters rather than simply posting pictures of dancing meerkats on our facebook page. Although we sometimes do that, too.

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setting the standard

setting the standard

Fruit is at the heart of our business. Without great fruit, we’re nothing so we take it pretty seriously. Not only do we want our fruit to taste great, we also want to make sure we buy it from suppliers who look after both their workers and the environment. We’ve recently teamed up with the Sustainable Agriculture Initiative and their 50 member companies to create and pilot a common standard for sustainable farming systems that everyone can use.

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