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Pomegranates come into season in the northern hemisphere during Autumn, and because of that, it's our Fruit for Thought this month!
Read on to find about the origin, history and health benefits of the delicious red fruit!
You’ve explored the benefits that eating fruit can provide for you, and you’ve also learned how you can entice your staff to eat fruit. There’s only one step left – Picking your fruit. This process can be a little bit daunting since there’s so many options available, but fear not, Fruit for the Office has you covered.
The 136th Wimbledon has started and there are no doubts that spectators will tuck into a delicious serving of Strawberries and Cream – a staple to the Great British Grand Slam. But where did this dish come from?
Artificial Intelligence has already taken over the media by storm, and it's only a matter of time before it gets used normally in every day life. It can do so much, and it's only just the beginning. Here, we take a look at how Fruit for the Office aims to utilise AI.
Delivering early-morning provides various benefits to both you, us, and the environment. From traffic-free roads, to no customer involvement, to less carbon emissions; you can find out all of the benefits right here!
Delicious and nutritious, yoghurts are the perfect snack for any time of the day. They are available in a wide range of styles and flavours, giving people more than they need to choose from. And since they can be healthy too, they’re perfect for whatever lifestyle choices you may have. But how is Yoghurt made? What are its benefits?
For a lot of people, tea and caffeine is almost a necessity in the workplace. In fact across the United Kingdom, 100 million cups of tea and 95 million cups of coffee are consumed every day. The main reason? Caffeine – a stimulant that keeps up feeling refreshed and focused. But what actually is Caffeine? How does it work, and what does it do to our body?