Tulsa, OK, December 06, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Fast food does not always have to be bad for you. Making the “original fast food” more accessible, Harvest Crate announced its opening, delivering fresh produce right to customers’ doorsteps, office break rooms and schools across the nation.
Based in Tulsa, Okla., Harvest Crate was built around the belief that prevention is the key to great health. Healthcare experts say that eating healthy foods is one of the best ways to prevent numerous health, economic and workplace costs and issues. However, eating right has not always been accessible. Harvest Crate supplies employees with a better choice in snack foods not only to prevent sickness, but also increase productivity, longevity and improve quality of life.
Delivering nationally, Harvest Crate offers an array of fresh, quality fruits, including an assortment of apple and orange varieties, grapes, watermelons, pluots, nectarines, peaches and cantaloupes. Harvest Crate works directly with growers to purchase the freshest seasonally-selected fruits available. This keeps the fruits time in transit from the farm to the customer exceptionally short, thus delivering fresher and healthier fruit.
The Harvest Crate team is convinced that the best wrapper a food can have is the one it came with, and by providing a fast (junk) food alternative that is good and good for people, they can work to create a healthier world.
Customers can order their crate of fresh fruit varieties online at harvestcrate.com.