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Top 10 Tips | The Low Hanging Fruit for Healthier Workplaces

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With all those Apples and Blackberries dominating desks, you would think the Australian workplace is brimming with health.  But in a wakeup call to employers, Fruit at Work’s latest National Workplace Health Survey revealed over 85% of Australian workers believe their workplace is unhealthy.  “If we were consuming anything like the quantity of Apples and Blackberries we are using, our workplace would be a whole lot healthier and more productive,” commented Wendy Visontay, Founder of leading workplace fruit supplier Fruit at Work, which delivers fruit to over 4,000 workplaces a week nationally. “We were astounded that almost a third of workers questioned ate no fruit at all and 60% failed to identify how much fruit a day they should be eating for good health”.

“Our survey results place a clear onus on businesses to provide healthier environments,” continued Visontay. “79.5% of workers questioned want to be employed by a company with healthy workplace initiatives. The simple action of providing fruit at work goes a long way to showing staff their health and wellbeing is valued. For every $1 spent on workplace health, a business will yield $13, not a figure to be ignored in this economic climate”.

Wendy Visontay, together with her in-house nutritionist from Fruit at Work, has put together some Top Tips for healthier workplaces:

Contact Fruit at Work on 1300-857-776 www.fruitatwork.com.au

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