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Un-bent bananas, petite pears and anaemic apples. Just a few examples that contribute to 30% of all fruit waste. Madness, you say? We’d have to agree. We love wonky and snap up any surplus so that you can enjoy our fresh, healthy office fruits all week long.

Get Your Work Box

Now with our office fruit delivery you can boost staff morale & wellness in addition to being socially responsible. Help us reduce food waste, pay a fair price to local growers and donate to food charities.

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Oddbox - Wonky fruit box delivery in London

Standard Work Box

Ideal for: 10 staff members

Your office fruit box is packed with 5 varieties of seasonal fruits that are perfect for snacking. Each box contains 50 fruit portions.

Want less pears and more bananas? No problem! Just let us know and we'll adjust the box contents.

from £14.99* per week

* - including our multi-box discount. Enquire below for more details



To get an office fruit basket delivery,  please fill in your details and we’ll get back in touch with you.  If you have any questions, contact us at hello@oddbox.co.uk

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How it works



You fill in the order form to get in touch with us and to determine order quantity


We deliver every Monday and Wednesday* and your receive a week's supply of healthy snacks


Your staff enjoy quality fruit with a super story. Eat healthy whilst ploughing through the week.


Give back

We donate 10% of our surplus to food banks and collect the used boxes

Delivery Areas


We deliver our fruit boxes to Zones 1 and 2 in London. If you’re outside the highlighted area below please do get in touch at hello@oddbox.co.uk – we might be able to reach you!


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Social Responsibility

 We donate 10% of our surplus produce to local charity projects like the People's Fridge in Brixton and City Harvest . Watch this BBC news clip where our co-founder discusses what and how we contribute to the fridge.