For example, fresh fruit is now a feature at Facebook, Genentech, Clorox and a bushel of other companies. Consider using your snack budget to purchase healthful snacks from one of these purveyors:
• The FruitGuys (www.fruitguys.com): It delivers fresh, organic, locally grown fruit, packed in reused cardboard printed with soy-based inks, nationwide. Order by 10 a.m. for delivery the next business day, Tuesday through Friday. With an account, you can have fresh fruit delivered to your office within a day. Shipping charge: free on the West Coast, $10 in the Midwest and $20 to the East Coast.
Example: The FruitGuys’ Harvest Flier offers the best of what’s in season: apples, oranges, pears, peaches, grapes, kiwi, blood oranges, tangerines, grapefruit, bananas, apricots and plums.
• Costco Business Delivery (www.costco.com, click “Business”): Shop for Fuji apples, clementines, strawberries and more, if you’re a Costco member. In most areas, you can have next-business-day delivery when you order by 3 p.m. Delivery fee: $20 for orders under $250.
• Newleaf Natural Grocery (www.newleafnatural.net): Chicago-area workers can order from this organic grocer, opting for a $15 or $25 box of fruit. Delivery charge: $5.
• Farmer’s Fruit Stand (www.farmersfruitstand.com): Weekly fruit delivery for California offices. A weekly delivery of a 25-serving box of basic (apples, oranges, bananas) and seasonal fruit costs $49.99 per week. Shipping is free.
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