Why pantry is important for employees’ productivity?

In an usual case, employees stay at least 8 hours in the office and some maybe even more for about 5 days a week. Some may even say working professionals spend more time in the office than their own home. Now some companies pay more attention to the office pantry but why? For some, it is a place for office gathering to boost morale, encourage collaboration and impress clients.

But little do they know a well-stocked pantry can actually boost productivity. In a study, 57% of working professionals buy their own snacks and beverages at work. Not limit to that, one in two respondents reported leaving the office for a coffee or snack run at least once a day and some as many as five times a day.

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These are not unproductive employees, these are just hungry employees finding something to munch so they could focus better at work. The science behind this is glucose level will decrease when we are hungry which a balanced glucose level will ensure a person’s focus and attention to detail.

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Although, emotional eating is not encouraged but eating does provide a mood boost when its needed. Office space tend to be stressful at times and having snack options will help employees to cope with their stress level.

Sometimes you hear people say, “the littlest things matter” and it’s true especially for a well-stocked pantry! According to Inc. Magazine, 60% of working professionals mentioned having free snacks in the office makes them feel “valued and appreciated”.

Now, if you’re wondering how to start your own list of pantry items? We got it right here. If you already have a list but want to add more to it, just go to supplycart.my so we could help you with the heavy lifting and hassle-free ordering process!

Source: [1], [2], [3]

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