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October 30, 2007

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I HAVE A SEVERE CORN ALLERGY AS DO MANY PEOPLE HERE IN U.K. SO IF YOU USE CORN BOTTLES FOR SMOOTHIES I WILL NOT BE BUYING THEM ANYMORE

Neville,
the post above states;
a) innocent have decided not to use compostable corn bottles. They believe using 100% recycled plastic is a better option.
b) That when looking into GM corn they found there is definitely no chance of contamination from the corn.

Therefore you have nothing to worry about and can carry on smoothie drinking!

Also remember that it is considered rude and shouty to post all in capital letters.

I would be happy with any option that moves away from Tetrapak. Love the smoothies but hate the packaging, the sooner you move forward the better:)

I must admit to being furious to discover (after reading the Independent) that you had used GM corn. GM for goodness sake! Certainly not what I expected of Innocent and feel poorly let down by this. What else aren't you telling us?

Well, we've all just got to do our best haven't we? It's tough to make the exact right choices all the time. At least you're trying, which is certainly more than can be said for a lot (or even most?) of other companies.

And as far as the GM thing goes, I'm not mad for GM, but there is a lot of crazy hysteria around it isn't there?

You're still my No 1 ethical company

I thought the corn bottles were a good idea, especially for people like us who live out in the sticks and don't have a local recycling service. All our waste either goes into our composter or onto the landfill, so this seems like a good idea. The only thing I don't like is the GM thing, I don't understand why everything has to be GM these days.

I'm all confused now!!
I just know they're trying and I'm trying to be good and do enviromentally stuff, and that's good enough for me!

gosh, some people are never happy. Well done for trying your best

Now everything is GM and it is not so bad. Especially for industry it doesn't matter if it is modificated or not. It only makes cheaper bottle but does not harm anything

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