We may be a fruit delivery company, but we know our foodie Instagram too! If you’re tired of double-tapping the same ‘ol stuff, here’s some of our favourite Insta accounts to follow. Fill your feed with fresh fruit and vegetables via these fantastic profiles, based both in Ireland and abroad.
Ireland’s best-loved coconut water brand will leave you parched just looking at their colourful, tropical feed – luckily you’re rarely far from a refreshing carton of this stuff.
Ericka is a Boston-based designer whose feed is shot entirely on iPhone. She does amazingly simple yet refreshing shots with fruit and flowers bursting with colour
An Irish free-from food business keeping you on the healthy eating track with smoothie bowls, salads and chocolate treats which will make your eyeballs light up and tummy sing
17 year-old Cherie Tu from Sydney makes plant-based nutrition look so effortlessly vibrant, rich and colourful. Expect bright, close-ups of heavenly healthy options with unsurprisingly sin-free indulgences too – must-follow right here!
Anthea is another Aussie Insta queen, but she specialises in raw cakes. Yes, fruit fans, have your cake and eat it too by going straight to this lady’s feed. The snaps are moodier, richer and incredibly elegant but still with a focus on raw and healthy ingredients. You’ll likely screenshot a post every single day!
A 20 year-old Bristol University student whose smoothie bowls are really something to behold – every single day they’re different and you’ll be guaranteed to want to recreate these either at home or in the office
London-based Michael Zee is infamous for his daily snapshots of symmetrical breakfasts he cooks for his boyfriend and himself. Simply one post every morning, two sittings are captured in perfect mirrored harmony and Michael strikes an incredible balance between healthy and fresh and indulgent and over-the-top, with some wacky and novel options thrown in for good measure! You’ll never look for breakfast inspo ever again!
A farmer and yogi, Edgar’s plant-based cookery repertoire is out of this world and packed with all the right stuff, usually offset and contrasted by minimal, industrial styling
Advises the Leinster rugby team on nutrition and staying on the healthy eating track and their feed is testament to this. You’ll be double-tapping all the no-nonsense meals and recipe ideas and it’s an especially good source of inspiration for really hearty dinners
YouTuber and blogger Amanda lives in Los Angeles does incredible sweet and savoury meals filled with fruit and veg, like fruit-filled summer rice paper rolls; portobello mushroom burgers; and chocolate vegan mini doughnuts.
We’ve interviewed and featured Michelle Hunt from Wicklow lots before, as she’s arguably one of Ireland’s biggest healthy diet bloggers. Nutritionist Shell has gone from vegan to paleo and brought her followers right the way through her journey visually. Expect gorgeous styling and incredibly easy-to-replicate dishes ranging from breakfast to dessert.
Every knows Lilly, an established blogger, Irish Times food columnist and Great Irish Bake Off judge, and her feed is a real source of foodie inspiration. Juggling a busy kitchen and three little ones, this is the perfect extension of her dreamy life down south.
One of the country’s top models and bloggers, Roz has built a huge food community based around her Natural Born Feeder brand and her recipes are delicious, encouraging you at home to recreate them and share your efforts with her!
A dangerous one to have in your feed as you’ll become an ice-cream addict, but NOBO is one of Ireland’s greatest healthy eating up-starts of today with their range of dairy-free ice-cream. Follow them ‘round the country as they visit festivals, announce new flavours and give you a glimpse of the day-to-day.
Of course, there’s our account too! Do give us a follow and spread the Fruit People love ❤