Sodexo has opened its first Crussh outlet at a military site at the Army Headquarters in Andover, Wiltshire serving 3,000 military and civilian personnel. In the first week of its opening Sodexo sold over 1,500 Crussh products, bringing a healthier choice of nutritional food to the armed forces community.

The new Crussh outlet which is located in the existing Coffee & Co outlet in the main building serves a wide range of Crussh’s healthy food and drinks from 8am to 6pm, Monday-Friday.

The range on offer includes breakfast options such as coconut and chia overnight oats, sweet potato and egg protein pots, almond milk and chia seed pudding, avocado bagel with goji berry ketchup alongside a classic bacon bagel.  

Lunch options includes soup, a selection of salads (chicken tikka fit bowl, vitality mezze salad), hot box meals such as Thai green curry, spinach & squash hotpot, toasties, sandwiches and wraps along with a selection of cold press juices and dessert pots.

Founded in 1998 as London’s original juice, smoothie and healthy fast food retailer, Crussh is enabling Sodexo to provide its consumers with a high street brand experience of ‘fit foods’ alongside traditional favourites.

Paul Anstey, CEO Government & Agencies, Sodexo UK & Ireland commented:

We are delighted with the feedback we have had since opening Crussh at Andover. We are committed to improving the health and wellbeing of those we serve and by providing Crussh food and drinks enables us to make it easier for our consumers to make healthier choices without having to go to the high street. 

Sodexo Government & Agencies will soon be opening a Crussh at a military site in High Wycombe with plans to open more outlets over the coming year.

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