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“Would you like fresh fruit delivered to your office?”

ORCHARD At The OFFICE asks a simple question.
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“Would you like fresh fruit delivered to your office?”

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ORCHARD At The OFFICE is proud to provide fresh fruit delivery to businesses throughout the Dallas / Fort Worth area. It’s what we do and it’s all we do. Our singleness of purpose gives us the ability to focus on providing the highest-quality service to the best of our ability. It also makes our marketing, such as it is, remarkably simple.


As the title of this piece implies, we don’t sell our fresh fruit delivery service so much as offer it. “We deliver fresh fruit to offices. Would you like some?” “Yes, please!” After that it’s simply a matter of sorting out the details.

Our fruit baskets consist primarily of “the ABCs” – apples, bananas, and clementines. Bananas are far and away the most popular fresh fruit, not only in Dallas but in all of the United States, with Americans consuming an average of 13.5 pounds per person. The apples we use are primarily JAZZ, a cross between Gala and Braeburn with a subtle sweetness and enduring firm texture that satisfies most palates. We of course offer a variety of other fruit, including grapes, berries, mangoes, and so on. With the resurgence of the ketogenic diet, we’ve also seen a spike in avocado demand and are happy to accommodate.


In the past decade, one of the major corporate catchphrases has been “wellness programs”. Business-driven initiatives to promote employee health are encouraged and incentivized. In its worksite wellness manual, the Texas Department of State Health Services lists a variety of measures that businesses can take to improve the fitness of their workforce, including health fairs, regular meetings of weight loss groups, and “healthy food.” This is, of course, where we come in. (For more information on what your company can do, feel free to refer to this D Magazine blog post on “Getting The Most From Your Wellness Program.”)


In 2017, we shared some of our secrets on ORCHARD At The OFFICE customer service, and we could probably write a dozen or more articles on the topic…especially as we learn more all the time. The most salient points for anyone thinking “what’s the best office fruit delivery near me?” that comprise the ORCHARD At The OFFICE difference are:

  • We’re local. As a Richardson-based company, we can be attentive to your needs in a way that is simply not possible for any larger operation. We’re your neighbors and think of you as such.
  • Personalized attention. It in no way behooves us to oversell. We want you to get “the best banana for the buck”. We’ll work with you to get the quantity and variety you want in a mutually-beneficial arrangement.
  • Simple financial terms. There are never any contracts, so you can try us out with no commitment. We’re certain our fruit and obsessive customer care will keep you coming back. We’ll work with you to provide the service you need. Payments can be made by check (paper or electronic) or credit card.


Some of the offices we serve in Dallas have a staff of 3. Others have a workforce of 3,000. As such, we’ve developed options that will accommodate any office. While our most common order is a weekly delivery of a Premium Large Basket which holds 50+ pieces of fruit,  we’ll gladly deliver smaller orders such as our Mini Basket (16+ pieces), all the way up to our “Fortune 600 Special”, a bulk special that will satisfy hundreds of staffers. Whatever your needs, we’ve got you covered.

Visit the ORCHARD At The OFFICE website to get Wellness Delivered today.

If you’d like to speak with someone directly, call 972.295.9091.

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