Just Eat Reveals the Nation's Favourite Takeaways

JUST EAT plc, the online and mobile marketplace for takeaway food, has connected 8.1 million active users to its 45,700 takeaway partners in 2014, acording to its recently released infographic enumerating the company's milestones in 2014.

Sushi, the orders which jumped 120% since 2013, was tagged as the company’s 'rising star'.

The company also reported that Italian and pizza were tagged the top cuisines in the past year, followed by Chinese in second place and Indian in third. The takeaway giant also recorded 491,125 orders of Korma curries and 29,670 orders of Phali curries.

JUST EAT's orders surged 52% to 61.2 million, with 61% of its UK orders being placed via mobile, a trend echoed by QSR brands such as Domino's.

It has also processed worth over GBP 1 billion for its takeaway partners.

On the financial side, its 2014 underlying EBITDA soared 131% to GBP 32.6 million and its revenue soared 62% to GBP 157 million.

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