it can be outsourced through local food producers. wafers, cookies, bakery products, biscuits, cheeslings etc
From India, Mumbai
twist n role pizza would be better option....
employee's working efficiency would be increased...more effectiveness in work results in more enjoy n let others enjoy 2......

From India, Calcutta
Go for non-perishable items like biscuits, chips, avoid samosas(though they are irresistible)
From India, Mumbai
Visit 5-6 Bakeries, Fast Food Joints and Restaurants and collect photocopies of their Menu Cards. You need not go, you can send office boy. Thanks & Regards
From India, Pune
I feel, you should keep some healthy snacks, like, roasted namkeens, non-fried food, 5 grain biscuits, corn flakes. Also you can have some energy drink (red bull, cloud 9,etc.) in the office.

From India, Mumbai
Biscuits, Chips, Roasted ground nut or Cashew nuts, Samosas along with tea or coffee if you belong to south try bhaji its the best.
From India, Madras
If u r keeping these stuff for employees on behalf of company, then u shd keep something standard which u can offer to guests and visitors also sometimes if they are hungry. You can keep groundnuts, chana which is low cal also. You can keep salads, lemons in fridge. This gives extra energy to employees. In my office, we bring fruits and salads in group with sharing.

From India, Ahmadabad
Hi, I will suggest you can keep different snack day wise like Monday -Sandwitch, Tuesday - Idli, Wensday - Wada, Thusday- Paties, Friday - Nudels etc. Rajesh Auchare
From India, Mumbai
Good Evening,
With reference to your query,
The best product that should be munched, something that doesn't makes one chubby(if one has a sitting job)
It's beneficial to carry fruits along as it serve your purpose of munching and will also be good to health.
Respects & Regards

From India, Ludhiana
You can think about Veg and Fruit salad too. Even though it is perishable, the purchase should be linked to consumption.
You should also take into consideration that the initiative is employer sponsor or employee need to pay (The reception to this initiative vary, on this parameter). If employee need to pay, you need to check with employees that this initiative is fine with them and identify the consumption level based on the response. If it is a sponsor, you can straight away start with reasonable quantity and create awareness that the same is available. Further, add/reduce the purchase.
Above all, it is healthier.
Hope this would be of good use to you.

From India, Madras

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