Each year on April 7th, the World Health Organisation (WHO) observe World Health Day to call for urgent action to eliminate global health inequalities.

The last 12 months have been challenging globally as the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the importance of a well balanced diet and regular exercise for a healthy mind and body.

As advocates of ensuring that our bodies are fuelled by delicious fresh produce we’re pleased to be bringing attention to World Health Day again this year.

Why World Health Day?

WHO have launched a new campaign to ‘build a fairer, healthier world’ as seen in their campaign notes, COVID-19 has shown over the last year or so that some people are able to live healthier lives and have better access to health services than others, solely due to the conditions in which they are ‘born, grown, live, work and age’.

Regardless of the communities in which people are born, those living in vulnerable communities that are less likely to have access to quality health care services are often hit the hardest.

Aiding healthy lifestyle changes…

In the latest issue of our corporate magazine, Global Roots we have highlighted a few simple breakfast ideas to start your day right including a delicious and simple fruit salad, wholesome wholemeal blueberry and banana pancakes, tropical pineapple porridge and more.

We have also included quick and easy immune boosting smoothie recipes using fruit bowl favourites such as Hayward kiwi, Valencia oranges, pineapples, and Hass avocado.

Read more in the latest issue.

The Jupiter Group is an award-winning fresh produce grower with a simple mission – to be the most transparent brand in fresh produce. With a year-round supply and innovative new variety development, Jupiter is hailed as one of the world’s leading fresh produce companies Beyond their speciality in growing grape and citrus, Jupiter’s expertise also covers avocado, pineapple and kiwi in all formats and sizes across retail, wholesale, and food service businesses globally. Jupiter Group are different because they have digitised their supply chain and control a true seed to shelf process. The result? A consistent, transparent, trusted and traceable supply. On Jupiter’s own farms and those of their growing partners, the way they do business has British standards, global cultural heritage and unrivalled entrepreneurial spirit. They have ranked consecutively for three years in the prestigious The Sunday Times HSBC International Track 200 for International Growth, most recently at number 17.
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