Thoughts from September 2014

Fruit fruit fruit

We're big fans of fruit here at innocent.  Whether it's whole, blended, squeezed, or juiced, we know it good it tastes and how good it is for you.  In fact, everything we make has to taste good and do good.  So there wasn't any question what day 6 (the letter F) of our #alphabetchampions would be celebrating.


Take a look and see what inspired Real Surburban Mummy and her family about the letter F.



E is for... erm

It turns out that there aren't many fruits that begin with the letter E.  So we can't tell you how delicious an eggfruit is.  Let alone what an emu apple looks like, or when the Eastern May hawthorn is in season. 

But the letter E is still the most common in the English language, and so it's a brilliant letter to celebrate on the fifth day of our #alphabetchampions challenge.

Cafe Bebe took some pictures of everything to do with the letter E that inspired her and her family.  Take a look, and share some pics of what you like about the letter E using the hashtags #innocent and #alphabetchampions

Super smoothies all grown up.

Once upon a time, we made three brand new super smoothies. They grew up, started locking themselves in their room and wouldn’t go shopping with us anymore. They also had a growth spurt and got a bit bigger. What we're trying so say is that you can now enjoy them in a super-size 750ml carton.

Reasons to try them: they’re delicious, they’re full of good stuff, and they’re so bright they can stun a man from twenty paces.

If you’re still not convinced would it help if we told you that they contained such excellent, and rather exotic-sounding, ingredients as selenium, which contributes to the maintenance of normal hair and nails? Or the oft overlooked vitamin B6 which contributes to the reduction of tiredness and fatigue?

So, basically, they’ll have you up and at em, with a perfectly coiffed do, in no time.