Just Eat Adds 15 New Restaurants From Camile And Chopped
Online food delivery service Just Eat has announced the addition of 15 new restaurants to its platform. Six of these are Camile Thai venues located in Dun Laoighaire, Pearse Street, Nutgrove, Lucan, P...
Online food delivery service Just Eat has announced the addition of 15 new restaurants to its platform. Six of these are Camile Thai venues located in Dun Laoighaire, Pearse Street, Nutgrove, Lucan, Phibsboro and Tallaght. Camile is known for offering a range of dishes for health-conscious consumers.
The other nine new additions to the service are restaurants from the healthy food chain, Chopped. As seen in the most recent Just Eat Food Trends Index, demand for healthy food and plant based and vegan food has increased dramatically. The Chopped restaurants added to the Just Eat service are the chain's Baggot Street, Ballsbridge, Blanchardstown, Camden Street, Fairview, Grafton Street, Ilac Centre, Liffey Valley and Tallaght outlets.
Speaking about the continued expansion of Just Eats’ range of healthy options, Amanda Roche Kelly, Managing Director of Just Eat, said, “It was so interesting to review our trends index for 2017 and see such a spike in demand for more variety, including vegan options. In the past number of years, we have continued to diversify and offer an increased range of healthy options for Just Eat customers. The addition of the new restaurants from Camille and Chopped demonstrates our continued desire to offer more varied options, responding to customer feedback and requests for healthy options on the Just Eat app. As the leading marketplace for online food ordering and delivery, we continuously monitor the market for new trends to ensure we are offering fresh and exciting flavours to our diverse customer base.”