Award-winning Scottish snack brand, Podberry has announced that from late December it will be included as part of Officedrops Nutribox and delivered nationwide within the health orientated office delivery snack boxes.
Launching earlier this year, this opportunity is the first time Podberry has been available UK wide and is an exciting move for the company. With over 3,900 packets included within the scheme, the brand hopes that the partnership will allow more people to try, and enjoy, the product.
The UK’s first freeze-dried seasoned snack product made with Scottish-grown produce. The snack, which comes in 20g single-serve packs and four delicious flavour variants.
Created with understanding around a growing demand for healthy and convenient food products, Podberry are high protein, low in fat, gluten-free, vegan friendly, and 1 of your 5 a day, with no compromise on flavour. All these credentials make them the perfect edition to these boxes, which focus on aiding a balanced diet for employees, keeping work places happy and productive.
Bruce Farms, which was established in 1898 and already a trusted supplier to Birds Eye and Ribena, has developed this innovative new snack, with help from freeze-drying experts in New Zealand.
The product is harvested and frozen in under two and a half hours before undergoing a freeze-drying process, never fried. This means consumers are guaranteed the highest level of nutrients and flavour in every pea.
Geoff Bruce, Director of Podberry, said of the new listing, “We are incredibly pleased to be included within Officedrops Nutribox and excited to hear what office workers across the UK think of our product.
“With a growing demand for healthy snacks which don’t compromise on flavour, convenience or quality, we believe Podberry delivers.
“Partnering with Officedrop, and specifically their Nutribox, made complete sense in helping us spread word of our brand to relevant health conscious consumers.
'Our aim was always to deliver throughout the UK, and potentially beyond, so this is definitely a good step in the right direction for Podberry and hopefully the first of many partnerships nationally, big and small.”