Earlier on this week we asked you to choose the top five questions that you'd like answered at our AGM on Saturday. Over a thousand people filled in the survey, which is brilliant. Without any further ado, here are the five questions that are going to be read out on the day, for Richard, Adam and Jon to answer:When Richard, Jon and Adam started out they had a vision and has this vision materialised or exceeded their expectations? And have you had to compromise any of your core beliefs you had at the outset to reach the levels of success you have today? Liam, by email
How do you know that the work you are doing through the charitable foundation is having a positive impact? Are you having it independently evaluated for the effect it is having on the local economies and whether there are corresponding benefits for everyone in the community, like through building new health centres and stuff? How do you know it's not increasing inequalities or setting up any weird or perverse (ooh-err!) local priorities for people and their families? Farrah, by email Any plans to produce a range of organic smoothies? Sam, by email
How are you planning to respond to the influx of mid-low price smoothies on the market (P&J price drop, Tropicana smoothies, supermarket own label)? Kirsty, by email
Innocent Drinks must require an incredible volume of fruit from various countries worldwide throughout the year and I've no doubt you source with integrity, but is there much thought being given to food miles / carbon footprints? Where's the line between cost savings through global sourcing and the environmental savings of buying local produce? David, by email
A big thanks to everyone that asked a question, and to everyone that voted. We'll be posting the answers up here on the day as soon as they've been asked (sometime after 5pm), so watch this space. And we'll be answering all the other questions that you submitted on our website by Friday 2nd May.