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Tell a friend about us.  We’re proud to supply many large Western Australian companies with our fresh fruit, and we are keen for more to enjoy the benefits.

At Fresh Boost we're passionate about investing into healthy business relationships - if you are enjoying our fruit service & quality and would like to share your experience, please tell a friend or colleague at another company.

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Why get fruit?

  • Fewer sick days
  • Higher productivity
  • Happier staff
  • Healthier staff
  • Loyal Employees
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Why Fruit Boost?

  • Top Quality Fruit
  • As Low as $22.50 a Box
  • Free Delivery
  • Flexible Orders
  • 100% Guarantee
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What Others Say

"I would like to thank you for the beautiful fruit quality that we have been receiving. It is always fresh and very tasty Thanks again."

Jodie Huxley- Rio Tinto

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See what our happy fruit customers have got to say:

“When we decided to provide  fruit for our staff I was anxious about finding a company who would not only guarantee the quality of the fruit delivered but who would also be easy to communicate  with, ensure no fuss service and preferably be a West Australian company.  To our delight Fruit Boost met, and continues to meet, all these requirements with the added bonus of their charity support .”
Sue Waddell
Office Services Manager

INPEX Browse, Ltd.
“Since we have been receiving the Fruit from Fruit Boost, it has been received extremely positively. You have to be very quick around Inpex if you want to get your favourite piece of fruit as once it appears on the tray in the kitchen it is gone very quickly. The variety of fruit is also a big plus, with apples, pears, bananas and mandarins all being popular but the stone fruits are a great addition with the plums probably being the favourite amongst the staff with peaches not that far behind in popularity. I think it is great that Fruit Boost send out pamphlets to explain if a piece of fruit is not available at a certain time and the reasons for it not being available which I think is very professional.
All in all a great company to deal with.”

Jason Harris

“I am writing to say how impressed our company has been, we have never had complaints from any of our staff since receiving our deliveries from Fruit Boost. 
It is not only the excellent quality of the fruit and friendly and helpful staff but the fact that they support charities while providing such a wonderful service to businesses in Perth.  Long may it continue.  Thank you.”

Dot Popple 
Administration Officer

Rio Tinto
“I would like to thank you for the beautiful fruit quality that we have been receiving. It is always fresh and very tasty Thanks again.”
Jodie Huxley
Administration Assistant

RPS Energy
“On behalf of RPS Energy we would like to say a big thank you to all the staff at Fruit Boost for providing us with fresh fruit everytime and can't help but praise your company on the reliability and also for your generosity on the community. Have a lovely day!”

Aspermont Limited
“Thank you so much for your generosity, we are well aware of the contributions that Fruit Boost make to charities around the country! I'm sure both the fire victims, and the staff of Aspermont are very grateful for your kindness. We will endeavour to show you proof of our contribution, hopefully with a receipt. Thanks again.”
Jacqueline Ward

WA School Canteen Association
“I would just like to say a big thank you for donating the apples and bananas to us. The children’s week event yesterday at Whiteman Park was a huge success! We ‘slinkied’ all 150 apples and used all of the bananas to make banana smoothies and banana bites (piece of banana dipped in pineapple juice and rolled in coconut). The children loved the fruit, and we were able to spread the word and promote Fruit Boost to some parents/grandparents as well.”
Blanche Waddell
Project Officer

The Cancer Council WA
“I want to thank you for your support and commitment to Cancer Council Western Australia this year. In 2008, we celebrated 50 years of challenging cancer in the Western Australian community – a milestone we are extremely proud of. Step by step, year by year, effort by effort, dollar by dollar many thousands of remarkable people, including you, have helped to reduce the impact of cancer. On behalf of us all at Cancer Council may I express our sincere appreciation to all the staff at Fruit Boost for your support, you have made a real difference to the lives of cancer patients.”
Deanna Campisi
Manager, Partenerships and Corporate Relations

Diabetes WA
“Please accept our heartfelt thanks for all your support and contributions.  Support from organisations such as Fruit Boost, is so vital as it allows us the opportunity to continue making a real difference to the lives of people who have diabetes and those who are most at risk of developing the disease. Without the support of the community of Western Australia, we simply could not continue providing vital support services.
Once again, please accept our thanks for your support, and for joining with us in our quest for Freedom from Diabetes.”

Liz Kerrigan Benson
Diabetes WA

City Church of Christ Perth
“We at City Church of Christ would like to express our thanks for all the fruit that you have donated for our Saturday Night soup kitchen. The fruit have been healthy additions to what we have been giving every Saturday night. They loved it especially the bananas! We’d like to thank everyone at Fruit Boost for the work that you have done and for your generous spirit.”
Alex Laloh

World Vision
“Many thanks for your kindness and generosity this year. Approximately $4000 have been raised for World Vision and other charities through your help.”
Miriam Crabtree

City of Gosnells
“On behalf of the City of Gosnells and Gosnells Women’s Health Services, I would like to thank Fruit Boost for the generous donation of fruit boxes for our Giant Walk community event. The donation allowed us to reinforce the healthy lifestyle message the event aimed to demonstrate to local residents – that it’s easy to be active and eat well. A piece of fruit for participants at the end of their walk was the perfect way to finish the event.”
Fiona Henry
Leisure Development Officer

Impressed? Why not refer a friend?

Fruit is so plentiful, is delicious, healthy and fun to eat. There is such a wide variety and surely, there is more than one type that will suit everyone’s taste. Packed with vitamins, minerals and dietary fibre, fruit would definitely help you get boosted thru your lifestyle. Make sure you add fruit to your diet and your body will thank you!

Apples are known to be as the “fruit of knowledge”. They date back in history as they were also used by Romans and Greeks as a symbol of love.

Why apples are good to eat?

  • Can reduce blood cholesterol levels
  • Counters constipation and diarrhoea.
  • May improve defences against illness; comes with the saying “an apple a day keeps the doctor away!”
  • Only has 270kj

Apricots pack a powerful nutritional boost! They were first discovered growing wild on the mountain slopes of China. It was told that Confucius used to teach his students in a forum among the wood of apricot!
Why apricots are good to eat?

  • high in beta-carotene and lowers the risk of heart disease, stroke, cataracts and some forms of cancer; 
  • Steadies blood sugar levels and helps constipation. It can also help to lower cholesterol level; 
  • Dried apricots in particular help prevent and treat constipation; 
  • Good for alleviating a cough

Athlete’s don’t leave home without them and Alexander the Great was said to have loved bananas so much, he’s travelled through India with them!
They are a rich source of potassium which helps keep your heart, nervous system and kidneys healthy plus it gives you an energy boost whenever you need it.

Why bananas are good to eat?

  • Potassium can help avoid and regulate high blood pressure;
  • Provides a gentler, longer-lasting energy rise and benefit the muscular system, which can improve stamina; 
  • Ripe bananas may raise mood and help sleep.
  • Bananas are an excellent food to treat anaemia
  • Contrary to popular belief, bananas have no fat and will not add to body fat as an average banana has just 420kj.

Cherries have a very short fruiting season. In Australia, the usually peak around Christmas time, in southern Europe and America in June. They are among the first tree fruits to ripe in many parts of North America; hence the colloquial term “cherry” to mean “the first”, e.g. “in cherry condition”.

Why are cherries good to eat?

  • They can help gout by lowering uric and acid levels;
  • Gout sufferers build up excess uric acid, a natural waste product of digestion, which forms into crystals in the joints leading to pain and swelling;
  • Acid cherries have astringent properties while sweet cherries are laxative; 
  • Black cherries are recommended against anaemia due to their high iron content; 
  • Low in kilojoules with only 20kj.

Not only they are great for wines but Grapes are considered to be one of the most medicinal fruits.  For centuries, stories have been told about the almost magical power of grapes to fight disease.

Why are grapes good to eat?

  • Helps in treating anorexia
  • Grapes are one of the most efficient and reliable therapies that have an impressive track record for tumour reduction;
  • Grapes purify the blood, invigorate the immune system
  • Grapes promote the action of the bowel, clean the liver and aid kidney function;
  • Due to their high water content they add to the fluids and help eliminate hardened deposits that may have settled in any part of the body;
  • 100g of grapes has 250-330kj

Contrary to the popular belief that they came from New Zealand, Kiwifruits are actually native from China and have been grown for over 700 years. They are a highly nutritional fruit that they provide more vitamin C than an orange and more fibre than an apple!

Why kiwifruits are good to eat?

  • helps boost resistance to diseases such as cold.
  • they have more crude fibre than a bowl of bran flake
  • contains an enzyme which can make meat more tender
  • 100g of kiwifruit has 180kj

While rarely consumed on their own, lemons make a major contribution to the flavours of many foods we eat. These flavour-packed fruits are loaded with vitamin C. The English word for lemon is thought to be derived from the Hindi word lemoen.

Why lemons are good to eat?

  • They are antiseptic, natural and secure against stomach and intestine fermentations;  
  • Lemons are usually used in fevers and flues as well as in cleansing processes of the body; 
  • They are very good in retaining calcium in the body; 
  • Lemons are wonderful for throat trouble and catarrh;


Mandarins are often interchangeably called as tangerines. Interestingly, all tangerines are mandarins but not all mandarins are tangerines! They may also be referred to as Clementines, Tangors or Tangelos. They are high in vitamin C and one of the important kinds of detoxifying fruits.

Why mandarins are good to eat?
  • good source of dietary fibre
  • have about 8g of natural sugars per 100g
  • 100g of mandarin has 165kJ.

The mango originated in Southeast Asia where it has been grown for over 4,000 years. Today there are over 1,000 different varieties of mangos throughout the world. Mangos are very low in Saturated Fat, Cholesterol and Sodium. They're also a good source of Dietary Fiber and Vitamin B6,and a very good source of Vitamin A and Vitamin C.

Why are mangoes good to eat?

  • Are good to combat stomach acidity
  • Have a protective effect against degenerative diseases, especially with regards to the heart
  • Help prevent certain types of cancer as well as lowering blood cholesterol levels.
  • Average 200g mango has 330kj
Peaches were cultivated in China at least 3,000 years ago. In China, the peach has mystical attributes, and supposedly brings luck, abundance and protection.

Why are peaches good to eat?
  • Peaches are diuretic, depurative and detoxifying so they are wonderful to eat on a weight - loss program;   
  • Packed with Vitamin A, it helps combat the effects of ageing
  • Indicated to help lung debility, liver infections, cancer ulcers, herpes rheumatic pain, arterial hypertension, anaemia and other skin diseases
  • Weighed with our stones, we contribute 130kJ/100g
The pineapple has been a symbol of hospitality since colonial days being presented as a gesture of friendship to new continent discoveries. The significance of such a gift was greatly enhanced by the rarity of tropical fruit.

Why are pineapples good to eat?
  • used with success to treat rheumatoid arthritis and to speed tissue repair as a result of injuries, diabetic ulcers and general surgery
  • pineapple enzymes may improve circulation in those with narrowed arteries, such as angina sufferers;
  • Pineapple is an excellent cerebral toner; it combats loss of memory, sadness and melancholy;
  • 100g of pineapples has 160kJ
Strawberries are the first fruit to ripen in the spring. Strawberries are well known for their high nutritional value and medicinal properties.

Why are strawberries good to eat?
  • They are a traditional diuretic and have an excellent effect on the kidneys;
  • Also used to relieve rheumatism or gout;
  • Strawberries have an alkaline reaction in the body due to their high sodium content
On a hot day there is nothing quite as refreshing and thirst quenching as a slice of cool sweet watermelon. Belonging to the melon family, watermelons are one of one of three major sources of lycopene.

Why are watermelons good to eat?
  • As a major source of lycopene, it helps reduce the risk of prostate (and other types of) cancer
  • Good source of vitamin C
  • Provides dietary fibre
  • Fat free and 100g of watermelon has just 95kj.

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