Across the country, restaurants have been turning to takeaway and delivery in order to keep the cash flowing during lockdown. At JJ Foodservice, we have been supplying restaurants with quality food, drink and packaging products for more than 30 years. We care passionately about takeaways being tasty, so our team have pulled together a few top tips to help your service run as safely and successfully as possible. Crispy Chilli Beef. (New Ruby, Belvedere. A FOODit customer) Step
Did you know that our FOODit customers have sold more than £20,000 worth of takeaway food on Facebook in the past year? That’s right! More than 35,000 hungry diners visited FOODit websites via social media – 18,000 of which came from Facebook, alone. That’s why we want to help all our customers make the most of social. And the best place to start is with great images. You don’t need a fancy camera or a degree in photography. Here’s how FOODit and JJ Foodservice customers are
We were delighted to attend the Women in Wholesale (WiW) Speed Mentoring event last week in London. Members of our HR, Graphics and Warehouse teams joined more than 100 other attendees to gather in central London and enjoy ten mentoring sessions, delivered by industry experts. Group General Manager Terry Larkin, who also attended the event, said “Being mentored and having industry sponsors are key to how talent in our business can progress, so events like this are invaluable.
National wholesaler JJ Foodservice has launched a micro-site specifically for education caterers, to offer advice on best-selling products, recipes and education news. JJ’s Business Development Manager for Education, Richard Bradshaw, said, “We’ve noticed a dramatic increase in schools embracing technology – we want to help by offering even more digital support.” In addition to its online ordering website and App, which offers a speedy ‘one tap’ checkout, school caterers now