UK: Innocent Drinks calls VAT on smoothies "absurd"

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 22 November 2010

The co-founder of the UK's leading smoothie-maker, Innocent Drinks, has said it is "absurd" that smoothies should be subject to value added tax at the full rate.

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The co-founder of the UK's leading smoothie-maker, Innocent Drinks, has said it is "absurd" that smoothies should be subject to value added tax at the full rate.

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