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3 breakroom foods that fuel energy

Designer Creative - Wednesday, March 13, 2019

 

It’s 2:30 p.m. on a Wednesday. You were flying through your to-do list earlier, and now you’ve stalled out.

 

But you can get over the afternoon slump with a quick trip to a breakroom Market – offering a variety of energy boosters, including these:

 

1.Nuts

 

Nuts are overflowing with protein and healthy fats. Not to mention their extensive supply of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. Our top picks:
-almonds
-pistachios
-walnuts

 

2.Fruit

 

Many fruits are considered superfoods because they’re loaded with nutrients. An extra jolt of vitamin C and potassium should get you back on track. Our top picks:
-bananas
-melons
-oranges

 

3.Chocolate

 

Cocoa increases your body’s blood flow, which keeps oxygen moving to the muscles and brain. In addition, chocolate is proven to improve moods – making you more pleasant to be around. Our top picks:

-Hershey’s

-Reese’s

-M&M’s

 

Ready to boost your productivity? Learn more about how a breakroom Market can help.

 

4 office coffee stats you need to know

Designer Creative - Wednesday, March 13, 2019

 

We could just tell you that coffee keeps workers alert and productive. That it boosts morale and encourage collaboration. That having coffee available on-site decreases employee breaks. Or we could go a step beyond and prove it. Take a look at the statistics behind workplace coffee solutions.

 

No. 1) 29% of workers say they need coffee to stay alert.*

 

Employees don’t enjoy peak energy levels all day. They tend to lag during the early morning and midafternoon. A caffeine jolt helps them get over the slump.

 

No. 2) 46% of workers say coffee increases their productivity level.*

 

With one beverage, you can improve productivity for almost half your workforce. Over time, that equals more finished projects, which can boost your bottom line.

 

No. 3) 19% of office workers brainstorm better around the coffee machine.*

 

The best ideas require collaboration and “talking it out.” An office coffee machine placed in a central location brings employees together and fuels their ingenuity.

 

No. 4) If it isn’t available on-site, coffee runs take an average of 20 minutes daily per employee.*

 

Your employees are going to drink coffee. And if you don’t make it easy to access, they’ll go out of their way to find it. This adds up to substantial lost time and productivity, costing your organization money in the long run.
Reward your employees and keep them moving with Burch’s Office Coffee program.
 

Schedule a free tasting today.

 

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