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We don’t normally like to go on about all the awards we’ve won (except on this page dedicated to all the awards we’ve won) but we’re really proud to say that the innocent foundation has just picked up a Better Society award for their work with Action Against Hunger

Together they’ve launched a ground-breaking project that aims to stop children dying from severe hunger all around the world by transforming access to treatment services. By empowering community health workers to diagnose and treat children at home, rather than expecting their parents to walk up to 40km to the nearest clinic every week for treatment, they can tackle undernutrition head on.

If you’d like to find out a bit more about all the awesome stuff they've achieved so far, you can have a read here.

we are winners

Our delicious tropical juice has won gold prize at the 2013 Grocer Awards. 

It scored a stupendous 49 out of 50 for taste, based on votes from actual real people, as well as a panel of experts. 

We're dead proud. 


award-winning tropical juice



the footprint awards

We're very proud to announce that last week innocent won the Footprint Sustainable Sourcing Award. The Footprint Awards are given to businesses who are making a difference to sustainability in the Foodservice industry, and to enter we had to demonstrate how the sourcing of our fruit and veg around the world makes a positive impact on the environment and communities we work with.

Our Philippa was all smiles on the night as she collected the award.   philippa collecting innocent's sustainable sourcing trophy at the footprint awards

The Judges were really impressed with the innovation & impact shown in three of our major projects:

1. Spanish Strawberries Water Efficiency project
Taking a partnership approach to reducing water use in the region.

2. Climate adaptation project in India
Helping farmers to adapt to adverse conditions and increase the productivity of Alphonso mangoes.

3. Smallholder mango farming project in Rajapuri
Helping farmers to improve their agricultural practices and marketing approach in order to increase their income.

We're very lucky to have such dedicated fruit and sustainability teams who make projects like this possible. Thanks guys.

award winners


target jobs award



innocent picking up their targetjobs aware

A couple of weeks ago we won a Target Jobs award by being voted 'the most popular company graduates would like to work for in the consumer goods category'. Our Jojo (the one being restrained by the lady in the blue), Caz (the one wearing a look of surprise), and Lena (the little one in the black looking relatively normal) went to the awards ceremony to receive a nice shiny trophy and a firm handshake from David Walliams (the one who looks like he'd rather be somewhere else) and a round of applause. If you're a graduate who voted for us - thanks very much, we're chuffed to have won.