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Takeaway delivery service Just Eat saw a 33 per cent rise in orders in 2021.

Orders reached 1.1 billion last year, with 274 million orders taken in the last three months of the year, as reported by Grocery Gazette.

Just Eat reported a 31 per cent rise in sales by gross transaction value (GTV) to £23.5 billion in 2021.

Since it merged with Takeaway.com nearly two years ago, the company is six times bigger than it was, in terms of orders.

Just Eat now delivers more than takeaways and provides on-demand grocery deliveries for retailers including Asda and One Stop.

It plans to continue to invest heavily in its business during 2022, with a particular focus on its London network.

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