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After dusting off an old blender from the garage, I started
making classic banana and strawberry based smoothies before
being a bit more adventurous with some greens and veg.

I then started experimenting with the art of the smoothie a
little more and played around with various superfoods. Within
days this new morning ritual had improved my digestion, raised
energy levels and even banished that elevenses snack attack.

The next problem I had to solve was a matter of convenience.
Not everyone wants to swap their lie-in for chopping and
peeling fresh ingredients every morning. But there was nothing
to be found (and Mum was too busy to do it for me every day).
So I handed my notice in and set up The Honestly Good
Smoothie Co. (With Mum’s help, of course.)

A philosophy in every
single smoothie.

We believe what goes around comes around. It’s why we aim
to source as much as humanly possible from organic farmers
in the UK. Unfortunately, we don’t quite have the climate for
coconuts and mangos, so sometimes we have to
look to carefully selected Soil Association Certified Organic Suppliers
for some of the more exotic fruit, veg and superfoods.

We then lovingly wash, peel, chop and pack every box at our
family home in Bedfordshire, before air freezing the packs to
seal in all the good stuff.
This Philosophy extends to everything we do, from our
transparent and sustainable preparation, to re-using or
recycling 100% of all packaging to donating 2 meals to those
in need for every box we send out.

Blake Bowden is our Head Chef & Smoothie Artiste in charge
of creating our unique recipes, Caroline Farrell is the award-
winning Nutritionist who works with Blake (and makes sure
everyone eats their veg). And then there’s Mum – Head Cook
& Resident superhero, ensuring all fruit and veg is prepared
with the highest level of care and attention. Me? I basically
count things, pack things and make sure every box goes out
on time and looks perfect. That, and trying to save the world
one smoothie at a time.

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After dusting off an old blender from the garage, I started making classic banana and strawberry based smoothies before being a bit more adventurous with some greens and veg. I then started experimenting with the art of the smoothie a little more and played around with various superfoods. Within days this new morning ritual had improved my digestion, raised energy levels and even banished that elevenses snack attack. The next problem I had to solve was a matter of convenience. Not everyone wants to swap their lie-in for chopping and peeling fresh ingredients every morning. But there was nothing to be found (and Mum was too busy to do it for me every day). So I handed my notice in and set up The Honestly Good Smoothie Co. (With Mum’s help, of course.)

A philosophy in every
single smoothie.

We believe what goes around comes around. It’s why we aim to source as much as humanly possible from organic farmers in the UK. Unfortunately, we don’t quite have the climate for coconuts and mangos, so sometimes we have to look to carefully selected Soil Association Certified Organic Suppliers for some of the more exotic fruit, veg and superfoods. We then lovingly wash, peel, chop and pack every box at our family home in Bedfordshire, before air freezing the packs to seal in all the good stuff. This Philosophy extends to everything we do, from our transparent and sustainable preparation, to re-using or recycling 100% of all packaging to donating 2 meals to those in need for every box we send out. Blake Bowden is our Head Chef & Smoothie Artiste in charge of creating our unique recipes, Caroline Farrell is the award-winning Nutritionist who works with Blake (and makes sure everyone eats their veg). And then there’s Mum – Head Cook & Resident superhero, ensuring all fruit and veg is prepared with the highest level of care and attention. Me? I basically count things, pack things and make sure every box goes out on time and looks perfect. That, and trying to save the world one smoothie at a time.