Thoughts from September 2015

Return of the AGM

We haven't had you lot over in a while. We're sorry about. We've just been really busy making smoothies, taking over the world and doing the hoovering.

But we think it's about time we made it up to you.

Which is why we’ve decided to hold an innocent AGM* on Saturday 10th October 2015, and we’d love to invite you lot to pop down to Fruit Towers for the day.

You’ll get to hear all about the innocent story, make your own smoothies and taste lots of stuff from our range, old and new.

If you fancy coming along with a friend, click here to enter your details. We’ll be choosing the lucky few on Thursday 24th September so get your skates on.

For all those who can’t make it, don’t worry – we’ll be posting updates of the day on our Twitter page with lots of photos so it'll be almost as good as being there. Almost.

Good luck and we hope to see you soon.


*a grown up meeting

Concrete proof of a music industry conspiracy

The construction industry has been using music to subliminally advertise itself for years. 

It all started with MC Hammer and Nine Inch Nails back in the 80's and has been unstoppable ever since. Think about it – we've had songs about timbertitaniumwires and gold (diggers). Then you've got rooms without roofsceilings that can't hold us and houses that, if things go wrong, we should knock down. And is it a coincidence that there are whole genres of music called metal and garage? 


But maybe we're being paranoid. We're sure Katy Perry's new track 'Untreated Lumber' is really catchy.