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It probably takes more than a mere apple a day to keep the doctor away.

Fortunately for their clients, The Fruit Cube makes healthy eating at offices effortless, by delivering fresh seasonal fruit directly to the office.

This is not only cost effective for customers but also enables managers to invest in the well-being of their staff.

Founder, Andrew Scott says the idea came to his attention while he was working at an engineering consulting firm in Australia, which had fruit delivered weekly to the office. “The staff loved the fruit and it became a key element of the office.

"On my return to South Africa, I explored the possibility of offering a similar service to businesses in Cape Town, and found a number of forward-thinking business owners and managers eager to provide their staff with benefits that help to foster a healthy and happy work environment,” he says.

Scott says what has given his business the edge, is quality produce, a convenient standing order and a customer-first mentality.

Each Fruit Cube contains 25 - 30 pieces of top quality, seasonal fruit. One Cube is perfect for 10 - 15 employees or a family per week. Andrew offers deliveries from Mondays through to Thursdays. Multiple delivery days in the week are available for large orders.

Listen to the audio below for more on The Fruit Cube:

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