Free Fruit at Work?

Posted on 20. Apr, 2009 by in Food & Drink

Team Valley based J.R Holland Food Services has been selected as the official provider for a new European study looking to see if the provision of free fruit in the workplace helps improve staff health and wellbeing.

The Fruit at Work study, a first for the UK, has been developed by the Technical University of Denmark in collaboration with Newcastle University and will take place at Durham County Hall involving 400 employees.

J.R Holland is a major supplier of fruit and vegetables to local authorities in North-East England.

“It is fantastic we have been chosen as the provider for this project, we all know that fruit is fantastic for your health and wellbeing, but for one reason or another, there are a vast majority of workers who are not eating enough,” said Dennis Hutchinson, Managing director of J.R Holland Food Services.

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