What's it all about?
What's it all about?
This is Richard. He works at Center Parcs in the beautiful countryside around Longleat. He's mown a lot of grass in his eleven years there, but had never taken on a challenge like one of our grassy vans.
He told us it's the best day's strimming he's ever had. We might get him along to Fruit Towers to tidy up the borders on the rest of our fleet.
The picture speaks for itself.
25 mums and dads, 35 kids, one fantastic face painter and a walking smoothie descended on Fruit Towers last Saturday for a morning of fruit filled fun.
There was bird feeder making with Tansy.
Colouring in and magnet art with Ben.
Smoothie making workshops in the kitchen with Eleanor and Lucy F.
Fruit hat making with Kat and Gayle.
The chance to chat to Ness all about healthy eating tips for kids.
And the chance to test our brand new kids website.
All of which was thirsty work so Alison and Abi were on hand to serve refreshments which included lots of yummy carrot and courgette cakes made by Abi's lovely sister.
However, the highlight of the morning for the kids seemed to be the chicken (which everyone under 4ft tried to take home)
Closely followed by Ben being covered in glitter.
Everyone gave us their healthy tip for getting fruit and veg
into kids as they left and you can print your very own copy right
here (just click on the image below to make it really big).
Our AGM is taking place this Saturday and preparations are well under way.
The welcome arch is firmly in place.
The beans bags have been plumped.
The grass has been hoovered.
And desks everywhere are being frantically tidied to make sure everything is in ship shape, tip top condition for Saturday.
The consumer cam is currently sat on Ted's desk (and spookily on his computer screen too).
If you can't wait till next week's update, you'll be able to get up-to-the-minute updates right here, live from Luke's head on the day.
Thanks to everyone who submitted and voted for questions to be put to Rich, Adam and Jon in the Q&A session.
We've counted up the votes and the top six questions that will be asked on the day are as follows:
1. Will you ever expand to the United States? We have nothing as good here.
2. Does innocent have any plans to introduce a kind of veg pot that doesn't have to be heated?
3. Are you able to make a smoothie entirely from
ingredients grown in Great Britain - even if it is only a seasonal
4. What is going to change now that Coca Cola is a major shareholder in the company?
5. Will you consider lowering the price of your veg pots to make them a more affordable option at lunch time?
6. Why oh why is there no more innocent village
fete? It is my favourite thing to do in London. Will it be coming
Big thanks to Nannina, Lilly, Simon, Michael, Sam and Lors for their winning questions.
We'll post a full debrief of the day's events right here next week.
For now, it's all hands to the desk tidying.