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Just Eat publishes 2015 Full Year Order Update

Just Eat plc (LSE: JE.), the world’s leading digital marketplace for takeaway food delivery, today issues the following order update for the twelve months to 31 December 2015 (“Full Year”).

The momentum reported during the year has continued, and this ongoing strong performance puts us in an excellent position for the full year results.


David Buttress, CEO, commented:

“I am delighted with our growth through 2015, which provides an excellent base for further development of our business. We enter 2016 with continuing confidence.”

Just Eat will report 2015 full year results on 1 March 2016.

Forward looking statements:

This announcement includes statements that are, or may be deemed to be, "forward-looking statements". By their nature, forward-looking statements involve risk and uncertainty since they relate to future events and circumstances. Actual results may, and often do, differ materially from any forward-looking statements. Any forward-looking statements in this announcement reflect management's view with respect to future events as at the date of this announcement. Save as required by law or by the Listing Rules of the UK Listing Authority, the Company undertakes no obligation to publicly revise any forward-looking statements in this announcement following any change in its expectations or to reflect events or circumstances after the date of this announcement.


JUST EAT plc operates the world’s leading digital marketplace for takeaway food delivery. Headquartered in London, we use proprietary technology to offer a quick and efficient digital ordering service for over 12.5 million users and over 60,000 takeaway restaurants. JUST EAT is a member of the FTSE 250 Index.

[1] Includes orders from our French business ( from July 2014, from our Mexican business (, acquired in February 2015, and the Menulog Group, acquired in June 2015. It excludes orders from our Brazilian joint venture from its establishment in November 2014.

[2] Like-for-like growth figures exclude orders in the current and comparable periods for countries where there has been a change in the basis of consolidation.

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