Innocent Smoothies' green claims go pear-shaped

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Expert claims innocuous case of greenwash from the drinks company highlights intense level of scutiny green brands can now expect to face

Claims that drinks company Innocent misled consumers about how its products were transported have served as timely reminder of the scrutiny ethical brands now face over their marketing claims. An investigation...

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