Crussh, the healthy food and juice chain, has added a new format to its existing offering with a move into workplace catering.
The company opened its first workplace catering format in the recently renovated Minster Building, in the City of London, on Friday 16 November.
Minster Building is managed by landlord Greycoat/Ivanhoe Cambridge and is a multi-tenant building which has recently been renovated in a project overseen by architects Buckley Gray Yeoman to create up to 230,000 sq ft of flexible office space. Tenants include Tower Research, Make it Cheaper Group and Spaces.
Crussh will operate a WiFi enabled café space on the ground floor with access for the public. The space has been designed to respect the architecture of the building, designed by Buckley Grey Yeoman.
The new workplace format will retain the Crussh Fit Food and Juice Bars menu, offering freshly made juices and smoothies as well as breakfast pots, bagels, salads, wraps and healthy treats. Organic and Fairtrade coffee will be the core offer and will be handmade on a La Marzocca espresso machine.
Shane Kavanagh, CEO of Crussh said: “We are really excited by this opportunity to step into the world of workplace catering and help promote wellbeing and healthy living at the Minster building. We’ve been impressed by the landlord’s commitment to delivering a unique building since we first met them, and we look forward to meeting the building tenants and introducing them to our brand.”