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August 26, 2008

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This isn't relevant to the post above but I didn't know where else to comment. I've just seen something that made me very happy and made me laugh out loud. In our local Tesco, Tropicana has an end-of-aisle display with cartons on promotion at two for £4. Above it is Innocent's orange juice at two cartons for £3 - people are stocking up like there's no tomorrow. Good for you.

why are you not in the Spanish market place?

I grew up picking boysenberries in the Willamette Valley as a child and am thrilled to see them making it into your great drinks! A wonderful berry to join your drinks, for sure! :)

I am originally from Oregon as well and it brings a smile to my face to think that I can get a little taste of home from innocent!

I live in California and I miss innocent smoothies and juicy water more than anything. Well, you and the friends I made during my semester abroad. And now you're getting West Coast boysenberries! Tell me, can you come to California soon? And bring some smoothies?

You dont mention what are the benefits of eating bosenberries. whats in them?

Boysenberries are high in vitamin C and fibre. They also contain high levels of anthocyanins.

Hope you enjoy the boysenberries in our lovely Blackberries, Raspberries & Boysenberries recipe.

I want that t-shirt Sam's wearing (:

At the moment we are concentrating our effort on being the favourite smoothie juice company in our existing markets, which are (take a deep breath) UK, Ireland, France, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Belgium, Netherlands, Switzerland and Austria. As you can imagine this is keeping us pretty busy at the moment.

We think there is potential for our lovely drinks in countries far and wide, including Spain, but for now we are going to stick with where we are.

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