UK: Innocent teams up with McDonald's
Innocent is teaming up with McDonald's by trialling its smoothies at 80 of the fast food company's restaurants in the north of England.
Speaking to just-drinks today (4 May), Innocent said its smoothies will be available in Happy Meals in fast food outlets across the north-east and Yorkshire from this week.
McDonald's will use the strawberry, blackberry and raspberry flavours for six months but plans to introduce a permanent range if the trial proves successful.
Asked whether teaming up with McDonald's might tarnish the health drinks company's reputation with some consumers, a spokesperson for the company said: "We're not handing over our values. We're offering parents more choice, that's all. It's all about getting fruit to children."
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