Workplace nutrition and wellbeing programmes which provide measurable benefits for your employees' physical and mental health
There is currently a ‘Nutrition Gap’ affecting workplaces across the UK: we know that a poor diet is likely to impact productivity by as much as 66%. Yet 75% of adults are not achieving their ‘Five a Day’.
We work with employers who are committed to creating an outstanding employee value proposition by helping them to make workplace nutrition an integral part of their wellbeing strategy. Implemented well, nutrition will make a measurable difference to both physical and mental health, and do so rapidly. Over the past 5 years, our wellbeing programmes have placed healthy eating at their core, by supporting employees to make small adjustments which are practical for working life.
By putting our experience at your service, we are confident that we can help you to achieve your wellbeing objectives and create lasting physical and mental health benefits for your employees. From improved sleep and mental wellbeing to increased energy levels and performance.
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Workplace Nutrition Statistics
The impact of poor diet on productivity
- Source: Brigham Young University 66% 66%
Proportion of organisations which have a wellbeing strategy in place
- Source: REBA 2018 45.2% 45.2%
Proportion of organisations which include workplace nutrition within their wellbeing strategy
- Source: REBA 2018 69% 69%
Additional time off taken by those with 'unbalanced diets'
- Source: Harvard Medical School 15% 15%
Average annual £ cost of sickness per employee (CIPD)
Addressing The ‘Nutrition Gap’
Research has shown that poor diet is likely to impact productivity by up to 66%. And yet 75% of adults are still not reaching the recommended ‘5 a day’. Nutrition-centred wellbeing is a strategic approach to wellbeing. It aims to achieve measurable outcomes by addressing the ‘nutrition gap’.