Crussh joins initiative to deliver 2,000 hot meals a week to NHS workers

London’s original juice, smoothie & healthy fast food chain, Crussh has joined the #FeedHNS campaign, set up by Matt Lucas, Damian Lewis, Helen McCrory and Leon Restaurants, starting this week with a delivery of 2,000 hot meals to the Royal Marsden Hospitals in Chelsea and Sutton.

Crussh began delivering its cold press juices to NHS workers at the beginning of April, delivering 500 bottles a week to Kings College Hospital in London, helping keeping NHS workers hydrated and healthy. But the company said it simply wanted to do more to help.

Nick Nathan, Supply Chain & Operations Director, said, “Our Cold Press juices were so well received for being refreshing and healthy, but we just felt we needed to do more. The work that Leon have done during this time is absolutely brilliant and we were really keen to get involved and show our support.

'We’re now making and supplying over 2,000 hot meals a week, including Crussh favourites such as our healthy Thai Green Chicken Curry, Spinach & Paneer Curry and Chicken Chill Stew with sourdough bread.

'It’s not only important that the NHS workers are fed, but that they’re also provided with nutritious and well balanced food, to help keep them fit and healthy; that’s definitely where we can help.”

Crussh is also working to further expand their Home Deliveries service and is now providing fresh fruit & veg boxes and store cupboard essential boxes, and will soon be launching more items across bakery, dried good, drinks and snacks.