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JJ and FOODit help Leeds chippies get online



National wholesaler JJ Food Service is working with its website provider FOODit to give chippies in Leeds the chance to win a free online ordering website.


It follows a recent survey which shows that almost half of the top takeaways in Leeds have zero online presence.

To enter, chippies simply need to tweet a photo of their best dish to @FOODit or @jjfoodservice with the hashtag #LeedsChippyChampion. All submissions will be entered into a prize draw. Winners will be announced by September 15th, 2017.

FOODit senior product manager Paul Sharp comments: “We want to help by putting Leeds’ best fish and chip shops online, with their own independent websites.”

Restaurants and takeaways already with FOODit have seen up to a 40% increase in sales with no monthly management fees and support available seven days a week. FOODit websites are in the top 5% fastest on the planet.

This summer, FOODit introduced new website templates for restaurants and takeaways to choose from, access to detailed sales data and new improved marketing materials and signage. 

JJ’s Leeds Branch (LS11 5BX) will be holding a free sampling day on August 27th 11am-3pm where local businesses can learn more about FOODit and sample free fish and chips.

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