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Win an online ordering website with JJ and FOODit



Fish and chip shops serving up burgers, curries or vegetarian options have the chance to win a free online ordering website by sharing pictures of their most unique dishes on social media.


The Win a Website competition is being run by national wholesaler JJ Foodservice in conjunction with its restaurant-website builder FOODit and follows the success of a similar campaign for last year’s National Fish and Chip Day.

Senior product manager at FOODit, Paul Sharp, said: “Last year The Meriden Fish Bar won with their quirky pea fritter! They’ve since launched their own website with us and sales keep going up.”

Manager of the Watford-based takeaway, Bobbie, adds: “Since getting our own website we’ve been able to expand our customer base further out into Watford. We can serve people much quicker and manage the website totally independently. Our takeaway comes up higher on Google Search Engines which has really helped to spread the word about our gluten-free offer.”

She added: “Now we have gluten free Thursdays on top of Fridays and we are always seeing new people come through the door.”

To enter the competition, friers simply need to send a picture of their best burger, curry or vegetarian dish via Twitter, Facebook or Instagram to @jjfoodservice with the hashtag #JJBangingBurger, #JJCurryKing or #JJVeggyLeggy.

JJ and FOODit are running the campaign three times to coincide with National Burger Week (23rd August), World Vegetarian Day (1st October) and National Curry Week (9th October).

Shops can enter now and the dishes considered by JJ and FOODit’s judging panel to be the ‘most unique’ will win.

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