- Application deadline: Year round.
- Starting salaries: -
- Regions: London
- Industries: Retail
- Website: http://www.innocentdrinks.co.uk/
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Telephone: N/A
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What is Innocent Smoothies?
The Innocent company was set up 9 years ago with two simple goals: to make it easier for people in today's modern and hectic lifestyle to incorporate something healthy into their diets, and for that product to taste nice. The company is called Innocent because nothing but pure, fresh and natural ingredients go into making the drinks. Innocent is not only dedicated to 100% natural ingredients, but works hard to use responsible suppliers, sustainable packaging, and resource-efficient business methods. In all, Innocent is the perfect company for health and environment conscious graduates.
What roles are available at Innocent Smoothies?
None at present.
Application process for Innocent Smoothies
Apply online here.
Entry requirements and type of person suited for Innocent Smoothies.
Innocent welcomes applications from: quick thinking graduates who can process large amounts of data swiftly; possess good leadership qualities; strive to achieve the best possible results; respond positively to constructive criticism and can adapt quickly; and are committed to the same values that define the company.
Future prospects and training at Innocent Smoothies.
Innocent is a closely knit community who share the same drives and beliefs. Graduates who join Innocent would become a vital cog in an expanding business that cares for the world we live in while producing quality products for its customers.
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