Orchard At The Office is proud to offer snacks that strike a balance between indulgence and better health. In addition to popular brands, Orchard Snack Box features snacks that mimic the taste and texture of popular junk foods but have more protein, fewer calories, and no artificial ingredients. From delicious baked chips to non-GMO fruit bars and delectable cookies packed with protein and fiber, the Orchard Snack Box mix changes every week to keep your employees excited about healthy snacking.
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Whether you are craving something sweet, salty, crispy or chewy, there are plenty of delightful choices in each category. The typical Orchard Snack Box contains an assortment of tasty treats in five categories: Crunchy & Savory, Bars, Nuts, Fruit and Jerky. The percentage of snacks in each category in your box will be the same no matter which size you order. Larger count boxes may feature more flavors of each product.
Why Choose Orchard Snack Box For Your Healthy Snacking Needs?
VARIETY Your thoughtfully curated snack assortment will vary from shipment to shipment so you and your employees always have exciting new snack options. Each box contains gluten-free, dairy-free, low-carb and vegan options to accommodate any of your employees with dietary restrictions
VALUE Save money with our volume purchasing power. You can receive weekly, bi-weekly, monthly or ad hoc deliveries with no contract required. You always get FREE shipping and unbeatable variety.
CONVENIENCE Skip the big box store and enjoy receiving healthy snack boxes delivered right to your office. We offer convenient monthly invoicing as well as secure credit card processing on our site. Recurrent orders mean you can "set it and forget it." Your snack box will be delivered every week, biweekly or monthly without you doing a thing.
QUALITY Our boxes feature popular individually-packaged versions of snacks found in healthy grocers as well as boutique brands that produce better-for-you versions of your favorite snacks. We offer snacks that meet some or all of these qualifications: organic, minimally-processed, no added sugar, non-GMO certified, plant-based, no artificial preservatives or colors and/or specific allergen-free.
How does Orchard Snack Box Improve Company Culture?
IMPROVE EMPLOYEE RETENTION WITH TANGIBLE PERKS. In a tight labor market with unemployment below 4%, companies are competing for talent and many are exploring novel ways to improve their office culture. Healthy snacks in the workplace are an investment in the well-being and happiness of your team and can be influential in attracting and retaining valuable employees.
ACHIEVE HIGHER EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT. Strengthen your employees' connection to your organization by meeting the need for a mid-day pick-me-up with an exciting array of healthy snacks. Employees want to feel valued by leadership. Instituting a healthy snacking program conveys gratitude for employees' contributions to the company in a way that is felt every time they enter the breakroom.
BUILD STRONGER TEAMS. A recent Cornell University study indicates that food acts as a kind of social glue and is a key element of effective team building. "Eating together is a more intimate act than looking over an Excel spreadsheet together. That intimacy spills back over into work,” said Kevin Kniffin, Professor of Economics at Charles H. Dyson Cornell University. "Eating together is a way to get to know others better and strengthen relationships between members of a group."
IMPROVE MORALE AND PRODUCTIVITY. Providing healthy snacks fuels employees throughout the day, improving productivity, mental focus and accuracy in job details. According to a recent survey, Millennial employees report snacking 3-4 times per day. 39 percent say they snack to improve focus. Boost morale by saving employees a trip to the vending machine for an unhealthy junk food break.
A HEALTHY OFFICE IS A HAPPY OFFICE. A wealth of accumulated data demonstrates that a staff that eats better works better. “If you’re serious about achieving top workplace performance, making intelligent decisions about food is essential,” wrote Ron Friedman in the October 2014 edition of the Harvard Business Review. Friedman stressed the importance of making healthy snacking easier to achieve than unhealthy snacking.