Comment - An Innocent slip in sales

By Michelle Russell | 9 November 2009

Smoothie giant Innocent Drinks posted a pre-tax loss of GBP11.2m (US$18.8m) and drop in sales in 2008, after years of growth. So what went wrong?

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Smoothie giant Innocent Drinks posted a pre-tax loss of GBP11.2m (US$18.8m) and drop in sales in 2008, after years of growth. So what went wrong?

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