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  • You’ve probably been told at some point in your life that you shouldn’t skip lunch. That was good advice. The most common reason for this advice is that lunch provides the fuel that helps us make it through the rest of our day. However, that reasoning doesn’t tell the whole story. Lunch does more than... Continue Reading →

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  • We’ve got chocolate mint on the brain because, hello, it’s Girl Scout Cookie season! And as it turns out, we aren’t alone. According to the National Confectioners Association, February 19 is National Chocolate Mint Day, and we are so ready to jump on that bandwagon. Since the days of peppermint patties in our trick-or-treat bags... Continue Reading →

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  • The Year of the Dog has brought us Madonna, Michael Jackson, Winston Churchill, and Golda Meir…what could the year 4716 have in store? As the Chinese lunar calendar flips to a new page on February 16, it’s time to kick off a two-week celebration of leaving bad luck behind and moving onward and upward in... Continue Reading →

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  • Your employees spend most of their waking hours at work. So, it’s no wonder that what they eat at work has a major and direct impact on their health. What they eat at work also has a direct and major impact on your bottom line. The Cost of an Unhealthy Workforce Providing insurance to employees... Continue Reading →

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  • Rise and shine, Valentine! Whether you’re single or coupled, love it or loathe it, Valentine’s Day is the perfect occasion to think about your heart. It’s no accident that February was chosen as American Heart Month back in the 1960s — while we’re inundated with sweet red hearts for the holiday, it’s a good reminder... Continue Reading →

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  • When you think of noodles, what’s the first thing that pops into your head? Ramen? Vermicelli? Across the globe, starchy noodles of all shapes and sizes are a cherished part of nearly every local cuisine, and we have never met a noodle we didn’t like. Though the Italians may have the market cornered on kooky... Continue Reading →

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  • How do some companies build highly collaborative environments while others don’t? It’s not about open desks and forced team activities. It’s all about creating opportunities for your people to interact while also cultivating a collaborative spirit. There was an interesting research study conducted back in the 1940s. To accommodate returning servicemen and their families, the... Continue Reading →

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  • What if The One is right there in front of you, but you never give it a chance? We’re not talking about soulmates—we’re talking about LUNCH. In life and at lunchtime, sometimes finding your mate requires venturing a little outside your comfort zone. You might even discover your new favorite food! So why not try... Continue Reading →

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  • Eating together is a seemingly small, mundane act. After all, it’s just two or more people sitting down and eating a meal. But in reality, eating together can be very significant. When people share the same space to have a meal, it’s a strong unifier that builds a place of community. Families may not realize... Continue Reading →

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  • So how are you celebrating the holiday? You know…National Peanut Butter Day? (Yes, it’s a thing.) Somehow we didn’t get the day off, but that won’t stop us from honoring — and eating — our beloved sticky spread all day long. Peanut butter is a bit of a contradiction in all the best ways: indulgent... Continue Reading →

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  • What’s one of the best ways to power your people and your company? Providing Lunch as a Benefit—or what we call LaaB. Why Lunch as a Benefit? Because LaaB delivers a wide range of benefits to your people and your company. Not only do your people receive a delicious lunch each day, they also get... Continue Reading →

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  • Google is famous for providing lots of food to their people. The goal when designing Google’s campus in New York City was to ensure that no one was more than 150 feet away from food. That food-placement goal has a specific outcome in mind. It is to create the opportunity for people to leave their... Continue Reading →

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  • It’s time to get to know the freshest tool in your employee benefit toolbox. It’s lunch as a benefit. Or, as we like to call it, LaaB. Whether your enterprise is small, medium, or large, you’re probably already offering your employees an array of standard employee benefits. Your benefit offerings probably include health care insurance,... Continue Reading →

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  • It’s the year of Ultra Violet, according to Pantone’s trending color experts. Prepare to see plenty of bright purple on fashion runways, on product packaging — and hopefully, on our plates! We’re declaring 2018 the year of purple produce, and we can’t wait to celebrate these ultra-vibrant fruits and vegetables and their serious nutritional powers.... Continue Reading →

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  • When it comes to fueling innovation and fostering success, there’s no shortage of opinions and adages with good intentions. Sayings like “make your bed every morning so you’ve at least accomplished one thing for the day” or “eat a complete, healthy breakfast” are standard. Check Amazon and you’ll find a plethora of books about habit... Continue Reading →

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  • The workplace will always be a collection of diverse personalities and interaction styles. From small talk about the latest trends to lasting friendships, the office can make for a great social environment. This week, we hear from a self-described introvert who found inspiration in an unlikely place: the lunch table. According to the research and... Continue Reading →

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  • Returning to the office after the holidays can be tough, especially if you were traveling to distant locations during the break. To help ease you back into the work week, we’re featuring our Nomadic Picnic collection of dishes. We like to think the variety of flavors from around the world will help satisfy your wanderlust—as... Continue Reading →

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  • The holidays are here and 2017 is wrapping up—what better time to take a look at the state of the lunch plate? After studying our data and user reviews, here’s some of the year’s best, worst, and most interesting trends. See you in 2018!   Filed under: Club News

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  • Of course, you understand the value of investing in your company. Whether you’re purchasing new machinery, updating your tech, or expanding into a new space, every dollar you spend is a financial investment. When you invest soundly in your business, you can expect higher sales, bigger clients, larger contracts, and greater success. You aren’t throwing... Continue Reading →

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  • Energized from serving tens of thousands of lunches every day to more than 1,000 companies in the San Francisco Bay Area and Los Angeles, EAT Club is making its much anticipated debut in New York. What Is Eat Club? EAT Club is an exciting office lunch program that delivers delicious, personally selected lunches to your... Continue Reading →

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  • When it comes to office lunch for your teams, there’s plenty of options out there. From catering to delivery to in-house food service, it’s hard to keep up with all the ways you can feed your teams. But is there an option that can bring more than lunch? We’re not talking about delivering additional treats... Continue Reading →

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  • Job seekers aren’t the only ones who have to look sharp to prospective partners. Companies are under the same pressure to stay competitive in the ever-changing (and sometimes mind-blowing) job market. So, how does a company stand out in a landscape filled with above-market salaries, generous vacation policies, and perk-laden campuses? What attracts top talent... Continue Reading →

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  •   SAAG Approved by vegetarians, beloved by all Saag is a hearty, nutritious sauce of cooked mustard greens and spinach. Found all over India and Pakistan, the sauce originates in Punjab where rivers create fertile land for vegetables. Best had with roti, naan, or rice. Ingredients: 4 bunch mustard leaves 4 bunch spinach (bloomsdale or... Continue Reading →

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  • As demand for skilled talent increases, so do company perks There’s good news for job seekers. A record number of U.S. hiring managers expect to increase hiring over the next six months, according to semi-annual hiring survey conducted by DHI Group, a leading online career resource and talent acquisition platform for professional communities. However, the... Continue Reading →

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  • You’ve decided that you want to provide your employees with lunch and for good reason. Lunch is among the top perks that win over employees, according to Robert Half Creative Group staffing agency. It also has a significant ROI, since employees can spend more time being productive in the office. After all going out to lunch... Continue Reading →

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  • What’s on the menu? At EAT Club, that’s exactly what we want you to enthusiastically ask each week. That’s because we believe that lunch as a benefit (LaaB) provided by your company should be more than simply convenient, saving you time. We believe that lunch presents a daily opportunity to experience food, whether you try... Continue Reading →

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