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Beat the post-Christmas blues and the inevitable lurgy with fresh fruit!

Posted On : 10/01/2019

Going back to work after the fun and frolics of Christmas and New Year is never pleasant; even more so if you’re unfortunate enough to be one of the thousands one people that gets a cold or flu in January.

But, if you were wise with your New Year’s resolution and made a vow to eat more fresh fruit then you could get to the end of the month in fine spirits – even more so if your place of work provides its employees with baskets of fresh fruit.

We supply boxes of fresh fruit to business across Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Derby and Nottingham, and they are delivered within hours of being collected from the wholesale market in Hull.

But, hang on a minute we hear you say; aren’t you supposed to be a water cooler company? Of course we are, but there’s nothing to say that we should stick to just water!

We branched out a few years ago as we wanted to supply a healthy alternative snack to biscuits into the workplace; after all we made our name by providing a good substitute to teas and coffees. It’s a bit like the milkmen* of old that used to also supply handy household items such as bread, eggs and orange juice.

Making sure you eat enough fruit is a great way to help ward off bugs such as cold and flu because it’s packed with the vitamin C, and many other good things, which all help to maintain a healthy immune system.

Oranges, for example, are a great source of potassium for a healthy blood pressure folic acid, as well as being an excellent source of vitamin C. Apple are another brilliant source of vitamin C and are considered to be the perfect on-the-go snack.

Our boxes of fresh fruit come in three sizes of 20, 30 or 50 pieces of fruit, but if you want a different mix or any other favourites adding then we’re happy to oblige.

If you’d like us to supply your business with fresh fruit give us a call on 0800 061 2193. And you don’t need to be a water customer (although that would be nice).

* Hands up who still has a milkman.