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May 16, 2009

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Shall look forward to the Q&A video - I assume you'll be including all questions / comments?

Was there really no discussion about coke? Did perhaps the coke dissidents mysteriously fail to get invited to the AGM? Or perhaps they simply got edited out? Stalin would have been proud.

I was there. There was a discussion - a very well asked question from a lady sitting just in front of me, in addition to the question from this site that was voted for last week.
The well-asked question was then well-answered as were further questions on the subject. It was all videoed so will probably be on here to watch over the coming days, like it says under the clock photo above.

Ted/Dan - can I get a request for a transcript of the question and answer session at the AGM in early for those of us who don't really do video?

Thanks muchly in advance.

People love conspiracies, don't they? I find it incredulous that people accuse Innocent of "selling out to large corporations" when their entire business model is about ethics and responsibility. Sure, that gives them a really good public image, but I'm sure it's much easier for a company without the commitment to ethics to turn more profit, despite the good press their 'innocent' nature earns them.

All Innocent has done is repeatedly prove its commitment to the ethics, time and time again. They have to work much harder to stay afloat in a difficult economy than businesses that don't care about anything but the bottom line.

They've answered to accusations about Coke and are still being ridiculed.

Can't you just give them the benefit of the doubt?

Also, my Dad has a clock just like that in his kitchen. I've always liked it.

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