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Juice bar chain Crussh starts deliveries to NHS workers

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Crussh Fit Food & Juice Bars will now bring its range of cold press juices, booster shots, and soups and snacks to homes across London – as well as starting deliveries to NHS workers.

The chain revealed this morning that food and drink packages are available via its website and delivered anywhere within the M25.

Current packages include a week’s supply of cold press juices and booster shots, featuring its popular ‘Immunity+’ booster shot, containing lemon, ginger, turmeric root, cayenne pepper, as well as a nourishing juice and soup package featuring chicken chilli soup.

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Orders can be placed via its website by 4pm for delivery 48 hours later, with deliveries taking place between Tuesday and Saturday. There are plans to further increase the range of packages available, the company said.

Crussh has also started deliveries of its cold press juices to NHS workers, with 500 bottles arriving at Kings College Hospital in London over the weekend.

Over the coming weeks more deliveries of juices will take place across London hospitals, helping keeping NHS workers hydrated and healthy.

Brand director, Helen Harrison, said: “We really want to do what we can to support those in need during this time and we know staying fit and healthy is really important to everybody right now.

“Starting with the NHS workers, who are in need of quick, healthy fixes to help keep them nourished, through to our regular customers, lots of whom have been getting in touch asking how they can get our juices and booster shots. We’ve partnered with a number of our local suppliers to get home deliveries out across London and hope to add more ranges over the coming weeks.”

Although Crussh’s 35 stores currently remain closed, customers can still buy a range of its wraps and Healthpots in 300 Sainsbury’s stores across the UK.

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