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Just Eat Still Hungry for Acquisition Targets

Eatcity.ie is on the menu.

JUST EAT, the listed on-line home delivery service has announced its purchase of Eatcity.ie, consolidating its position in the Irish market.

JUST EAT has relationships with over 1500 restaurants in Ireland, and adds close to 40 each month. Their larger clients typically receive 30% of their orders via the website and app each week. Eatcity.ie has 250 restaurant clients, with an approximate 75% also being listed with JUST EAT.

Commenting on the announcement, Amanda Roche Kelly, Managing Director of JUST EAT.ie said "The deal announced today with Eatcity.ie allows us to grow share at a much faster pace and solidifies our leadership in the sector... We are... looking forward to offering our customers increased diversity and range of cuisine as we add new restaurants to our service".

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