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'Liberate your Lunch' as JUST EAT Enter the Office Lunch Market.

JUST EAT announced plans to expand its business through the launch of a dedicated lunchtime offering. Up 150 new restaurants from around the country will offer their lunch menus to urban based office workers. A wide range of artisan delis, specialist sandwich shops and salad bars have signed up to JUST EAT as part of the move into the lunchtime market.

JUST EAT’s new lunchtime collection offering includes a wide range of options such as gourmet sandwiches, salads and wraps from partners such as KC Peaches, Brother Hubbard, Lolly & Cooks, The Punnet, Oxmantown, Chopped and the Artisan Parlour in Dublin as well as Wagamama in Cork, Ambers Spring Asian in Limerick and Dough Bros in Galway.

Speaking about the strategy behind the company’s expansion, Managing Director, Amanda Roche-Kelly said: “We enjoyed tremendous growth in Ireland last year - 58% more orders in 2014 than in 2013. This growth was driven as a result of continued investment in our brand, a focus on improving our customer experience, driving a shift to mobile and by bringing greater choice of cuisine types and restaurants to our customers.”

JUST EAT enter the market competing with the likes of Deliveroo, who just announced this week their intentions of bringing gourmet food to our homes and offices.

To celebrate the launch of “Liberate Your Lunchtime”, JUST EAT is giving away 'free lunch' over the coming weeks. For details on how to win follow JUST EAT on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Snapchat.

The full range of new lunchtime options is available on the website www.just-eat.ie

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