Thoughts from category: consumers

If we're honest we still don't see it.

This week we received this picture from a youngster called Monty. 


We admired what was clearly a brilliant depiction of the blending of strawberries in an innocent smoothie: such creative use of different reds, such movement, such a prodigious talent to bring squashed fruit to life in such an original... Oh. Hang about. On turning it over, we noticed a note on the back, saying that this was actually Monty's painting of a red combine harvester. Yes, we can see it now. Monty, we love it. Thank you.

rude(ish) magnets

Until November, our kids drinks come not only with the promise of delicious wedge-shaped fruity scrumptiousness (it's a word), but three free magnets too.

We're really rather fond of our magnets - they help kids practice their spelling and, as we all know, spelling's good for the mind, body and the soul (and pretty handy when you need a job, too).

However, a few people have been in touch with us on Facebook to say that their selection of magnets have been spelling out some rather rude words:



We're taking this matter very seriously and will be looking into it immediately* (*sniggers into sleeve).

juicy sweetcorn

We love seeing some of the weird and wonderful ways you lot recycle our packaging, so when this picture popped up on our Twitter feed of our empty juice carafe's being used as mini greenhouses for Poppy's sweetcorn plants it made our day 89% better. 


Thanks, Poppy - may your corn by sweet and forever golden.


This man here is called Innocent.

And he's holding some innocent juice. This fills us with joy. Thank you, Innocent (not us...the man called Innocent who's holding the innocent, in this blog post from innocent about the man called Innocent holding the innocent and so on and so forth until FOREVER).