Fruit At Work

Fruit at Work have come up with an easy and cost-effective way to keep your staff happy, healthy and well-fed all at the same time!

As Australias largest urban metropolis, its no surprise that Sydney-siders are working longer hours than ever with more stress and responsibility and less time to look after their health and well being.

The Fruit at Work idea is simple. The finest quality fresh, hand-held fruit is delivered to any workplace in Sydney on a regular business.

We tailor your service to meet the needs of your workplace - so you decide how much you need and how often you need it, and well ensure that you receive only the best seasonally chosen fresh fruit produce we can buy on the day.

Our delicious signature fruit basket is purpose designed to ensure that your fruit arrives in perfect condition every time. The recyclable plastic tub (we collect it for re-use when youre done with it) is lined with padded corrugated cardboard and covered with tissue paper to prevent the chance of bruising during transfer. The tub also has air slots so that the fruit is ventilated while it is being transported.

All our fruit is delivered in the beginning stages of ripeness, and because we know how busy Sydney workers are - we make sure that all stickering is removed from our fruit before you receive it. Its a small detail - but part of our exceptional commitment to quality.

We are happy to discuss your fruit requirements by telephone or well come to your office. By meeting with you, we can make sure that your delivery is just right - in terms of quantity, delivery days, order splits, labelling requirements and volume pricing.

Our fresh fruit variety


Through the year, the fresh fruit variety in our Signature box includes: Plums, Apples, Nectarines, Strawberries, Cherries, Apricots, Mandarins, Oranges, Mangoes, Peaches, Ya Pears, Bananas, Grapes, Pears, Kiwi Fruit.

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Phone: 1300-857-776
Fax: 1300-726-664





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