Over the last twelve months, Fruit For The Office has been seen success at the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of The Year Awards, Re:fresh Awards and the Havering Business Awards
London (PRWEB UK) 31 May 2012
This month Fruit For The Office was crowned the 5 A Day Supporter Of The Year at the Re:fresh 2012 Awards. This prize recognises the company’s efforts to encourage and support healthy eating amongst the nation’s workforce.
Fruit For The Office has been a 5 A Day accredited company for many years, bearing the familiar logo on its website, boxes and fruit delivery vans. Winning this award is further recognition for the work that Fruit For The Office has done over years.
Company director Daniel Ox says ‘We really believe that providing affordable, fresh produce is the best way to encourage people to eat their 5 A Day. The more fresh and delicious the fruit is, the more likely people are to eat it. It’s that simple. Another thing we feel strongly about is variety."
‘Varying the fruit you eat makes you more likely to achieve your 5 A Day, every day. That’s why we list over 250 products on the Fruit For The Office website. We’ve got over 16 different types of apples, 13 citrus fruits and an abundance of exotic offerings. Our site displays live market prices and availability so our customers can vary their orders independently. Winning awards like this lets us know that we are definitely doing something right!’ Continues Ox.
This award is the most recent in a list of business awards and accolades bestowed upon the company over the last 12 months.
- May 2012: Fruit For The Office named the 5 A Day Supporter Of The Year at the Re:fresh Awards.
- May 2012 : Fruit For The Office Director, Daniel Ox named as a regional finalist in the Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of Year Awards.
- October 2011: Fruit For The Office wins the Award For Innovation at the Havering Business Awards.
Fruit For The Office was set up in 2007, however the family behind the company have been in the fruit and veg trade for nearly 100 years. Starting out on fruit and veg stalls across the west end; the family decided to focus solely on office fruit delivery as markets closed and rates began to rise. To date, Fruit For The Office deliver an average of 500 fruit boxes to office workers every day.
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