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Here’s some food for thought…

Clean, healthier eating is all the rage. In fact, over two-thirds of today’s consumers (67 percent) choose healthier foods to stay well*.

What are you doing to promote corporate wellness? Consider this:

  • A company that invests in a corporate wellness program is likely to have an average savings of $4 for every dollar spent.

American Journal of Preventative Medicine

  • A review of 32 studies of corporate wellness programs found claims costs were reduced by 27.8%, physician visits declined by 16.5%, hospital admissions declined by 62.5%, disability costs reduced by 34.4%, incidence of injury declined by 24.8%.
  • A recent study reported average annual savings of $8.5 million during 4 years when 18,331 Johnson & Johnson employees participated in a health and wellness program at work.
  • A separate study of the same group showed reductions in tobacco use, sedentary lifestyle, high blood pressure & high cholesterol.

Source: *Mintel, July 2012.
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