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April 23, 2008

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Pfft. Easy riddle. Hope the others are more challenging! But good idea - always love reading the stuff that's on the side of the bottles and cartons. Or on the bottom in some cases.

My name's Jen and I enjoy looking at bottoms. ;o)

The new thickie also looks nice, shall have to add that to my basket on the next shop. Any plans to release it in the smaller bottles though? Be ideal for lunches.

Did Steve's sacks have grain in them though Jen? I don't even know myself actually as I didn't write it.

Maybe the only people who know are Steve and the farmer. I'll ask around to try and find out.

Two of the big thickies come in smaller lunch size bottles. It's just the yoghurt, mangoes, peaches and passion fruits that is exclusive to big bottles at the minute.

The thing to remember with riddles is that you can only take what is written down as fact. Steve carried two sacks, as it does not say there was grain in them you cannot assume that there was. Therefore the answer is that the farmer carried the heavy load.

Lazy cow. ;o)

Try this one:

"Two coins total 52p. One of them is not a 50p piece. What are the two coins?"

I'm a big fan of mangoes and passionfruits (tis my favourite smoothie and the larger carton lasts, oh, about a day in my house!) and would have loved to have a thickie of the same ilk in my lunch. Oh well, shall buy a big one and decant into a smaller bottle!

I notice that it's changed from "Buy One Get One Tree" to "Buy One Grow One Tree". Was this a clarification issue?

It's not a 50p piece but it is a 50p coin?

So a 50 pence coin and a two pence coin?

Close enough, Ted! Semantics aside, it's a 50p and a 2p. One of them isn't a 50p piece. The other one, however, is.

Bit smarter than my friend Jo who needed a bit of help and then called me all kinds of names when I told her the answer...

Is your friend Jo a bit highly strung like that Jen?

She's alright, good fun on a night out. She just over thinks things sometimes and wasn't pleased that I got one over on her.

I was. Doesn't happen often with her.

Hi Martyn,

Thanks for your comment - you're right, this year we wanted to clarify things a bit. From our drinkers point of view, "growing" is more accurate than "getting" as obviously they don't get the actual tree. It also helps to avoid people mistaking the promotion for Buy One Get One Free.

Our promotional packs will be coming into stores this week so keep an eye out for them, and let us know what you think.

Bye for now,
Geoff

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