JJ Food Service encourages restaurants and takeaways to invest in online ordering

JJ Food Service encourages restaurants and takeaways to invest in online ordering
Sushi Surprise in Shoreditch has signed up to JJ’s website service
28/03/2017 - 07:08
National wholesaler JJ Food Service is rolling out ‘restaurant website zones’ in each of its eleven UK branches to encourage restaurants and takeaways to invest in online ordering.

Mustafa Kiamil, JJ Food Service CEO, said: “Restaurants are competing in a crowded market over the same customers. They may not realise it but the large online takeaway sites are their new ‘business partner’ taking up to 30% commission. They are rapidly eroding restaurateurs’ margins.

"We want our customers to be well prepared with their own online ordering facilities, which will enable them to take back control of their business, their website and their customers."

JJ Food Service offers its own in-house restaurant website service, FOODit, which aims to put restaurants and takeaways online in just a few days.

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