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Sites with larger kitchens fetching a premium as operators react to food delivery boom

Sites with larger kitchens fetching a premium as operators react to food delivery boom

Restaurant sites with larger capacity kitchens or ones that can be extended to meet demand for delivery are now fetching a “premium” as growth in food delivery dramatically alters the market landscape, it has been claimed. Research suggests the food delivery market is expected to increase by 10% a year to £5.3bn by 2020, with

Just Eat restaurant saves £10k a year by exploiting centralised agreements

Just Eat claims that some of its restaurants are already saving more than 60% of the commission they pay it just through the dedicated membership services it provides – with one operator benefitting to the tune of £10,000. The company, which works with 28,000 restaurants, has recently increased the services and products it provides to

Just Eat ramps up services to the restaurant trade and vows to drive down costs

Robin Clark spends quite a few of his Sundays attending food awards. Pizza awards, Turkish kebab awards, Bangladeshi catering awards — if the cuisine can be found in the UK then there’s usually a programme to honour it. But there’s a very good reason he endeavours to attend as many of these events as he

Council crackdown on restaurant delivery firms over ‘disruption’ fears

Restaurant delivery firms will have to prove they are minimising potential disruption to local neighbourhoods or risk enforcement action against them under new rules drawn up by Westminster City Council. The new policy means that companies such as Deliveroo and Uber Eats, which use apps for the majority of their deliveries, will have to apply

Deliveroo smashes all records before it to claim top tech title

Deliveroo has topped an annual ranking of the UK’s fastest growing technology companies. The food delivery specialist heads Deloitte’s 2017 ‘UK Technology Fast 50 winners’ list with a four-year revenue growth of 107,117%, a new record for a company appearing in the chart. In comparison, the average four-year growth rate recorded for the Deloitte UK

Gregg’s boss sets sights on digital transformation with click-and-collect optimisation

Gregg’s boss Roger Whiteside has said that the company is expanding its digital presence and has plans for mobile ordering. Bakery chain Gregg’s says it plans to introduce a mobile-based click-and-collect service with hopes of branching out further to offer delivery. CEO Roger Whiteside told Marketing Week: “The question is still how to make money

Kitchens to see spike in delivery sales as TripAdvisor adds ‘order’ button

The world’s largest travel site, TripAdvisor, and on-demand food-delivery service, Deliveroo, have revealed integration plans in a bid to expand both brands across Europe. The tie-up will see Deliveroo’s restaurant network built into the TripAdvisor desktop website, mobile web and mobile app experiences across 12 countries throughout Europe, the Middle East and the Asia Pacific regions.

Proposed restaurant delivery merger faces in-depth investigation from CMA

Just Eat’s acquisition of Hungryhouse faces an in-depth merger investigation – unless the company can address competition concerns, it has emerged. Both companies provide online takeaway ordering services that give restaurants the opportunity to reach a wide pool of consumers and offer them the convenience of choosing from a large range of takeaway providers in one

BREAKING NEWS: Home delivery in Britain growing 10 times faster than eating-out market

The delivery channel in Britain’s eating-out foodservice market (known as out-of-home or OOH) was worth £3.6 billion last year, up 6% on the previous 12 months, it was revealed today. The growth means that the scale of the delivery channel has expanded nearly 50% in value terms since 2008, according to NPD Group, which published

Casual Dining Group sees uplift after ‘reluctantly’ embracing food delivery

Restaurant powerhouse Casual Dining Group (CDG) believes the growth of food delivery will depend heavily on food type after “reluctantly” incorporating the model into its business. The rapid emergence of third party delivery providers, such as Deliveroo and Uber Eats, has been one of the most prominent challenges facing restaurant chains over the last 18

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