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Feeding the Bottom Line

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Progressive employers are beginning to realize that offering healthy perks such as organic produce at the office can be good for the bottom as well as the bottom line

Progressive employers are beginning to realize that offering healthy perks such as organic produce at the office can be good for the bottom as well as the bottom line. Organic produce delivery businesses are broadening their target marketplace to include these enlightened employers.

With studies to back them up, many companies are instituting wellness programs to encourage their staff to become more active, drink more water, and maintain healthy diets. They're offering fresh, healthy organic foods in their cafeterias and meeting rooms. At alive, employees are provided daily with a glass of fruit and vegetable juice mid-morning and an organic salad at lunch.

According to studies from Harvard Medical School, poor nutrition alone correlates to an 8-percent reduction in productivity, and people with bad diets are absent from work 15 percent more than those with good diets. Providing the opportunity for employees to sustain a healthy diet while at work has the benefit of keeping employees fit and happy while, at the same time, nurturing a healthy bottom line.

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