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The UK’s leading online takeaway portal has decided that to celebrate the launch of their new website, they will do something unprecedented and feed the world. Well, the online world of online journalists and bloggers anyway.

In light of the fact that Credit-Crunched Brits have turned to takeaway food rather than fork out for fine dining, has recently undergone a major aesthetic and functional facelift, providing its hoard of takeaway-loving users with the slickest and easiest way to their fast-food-fix online.

To celebrate, the takeaway portal has decided to offer hungry bloggers and e-journalists the chance to blog for their dinner. Just-Eat are looking for people interested in reviewing the new website and will, in return, deliver to them a free takeaway meal of their choice from the thousands of UK partnered restaurants available.

To get a free meal of their choice, including starters and drinks from the site up to the value of £15, bloggers and online journalists should:

• Sign-up to Just-Eat
• Blog/write about their experience, making readers aware of Just-Eat, including a live link
• Send Ash Ali (contact details at end of release) the details of the blog/site URL and their Just-Eat sign-in username
• Sit back and wait for their account to be credited
• Enjoy their takeaway!

Signing up to and using Just-Eat is as easy as can be, now giving users a customisable and secure profile page which displays not only restaurants in their local area, but also remembers their favourite restaurant to order from and even their favourite meal, ensuring a click-lite takeaway experience from start to finish.

Ash Ali, Marketing Manager of Just-Eat had the following to say,

“As an online business, we’re keen to reward the bloggers and online gurus who share our enthusiasm for a great takeaway and see the site redesign as a perfect opportunity to do so. One of the key areas for us is to develop the already-present sense of community, proven by more than 60,000 individual customer reviews and extend this to people with a passion for writing online.

“We’re looking to partner with bloggers who are happy to test the website for us, to maybe look at the design itself, or simply go through the sign-up and order process and then blog about it. In return for any online review and link to the site, we are more than happy to donate a great Tikka, pepperoni pizza or anything of their choosing to the cause!” is the UK branch of the highly successful European model, which provides an average of more than 30,000 meals for customers in any given 24 hours, and has serviced more than 7 million meal orders since launch.

The service supplies customers with a large portal of varied restaurants and takeaways in their area, which when selected provide the user with a full, up-to-date menu including prices. The site also gives the customer an estimated delivery time, as well as beverage options.


Interested bloggers should get in touch with Ash Ali, Marketing Manager of using

For further information, or to arrange interviews, please contact Rich Leigh, of 10 Yetis Public Relations Agency on 01452 348 211, or on Twitter @RichLeighSmith


Just-Eat have received and dealt with more than 7,000,000 meal orders

Just-Eat has over 2400 restaurants signed up to its UK site and uses it’s patented Just-Eat technology to offering a seamless on-line ordering service including latest menu’s, over 60,000 customer reviews, secure card ordering and automatic confirmation of orders and delivery times.

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