Just Eat adds another big name to its roster
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Just Eat adds another big name to its roster

If you’re a fan of New York style Subs, then you’re in luck: now, American restaurant Subway can get sandwiches right to your front door. That’s courtesy of a “trial partnership” with food order and delivery specialists Just Eat. But don’t start salivating yet – unless you live in London, Leeds or Manchester, you’ll have to wait a while for your Spicy Italian foot-long. How long? Assuming the partnership goes smoothly, the plan is to extend the service all across the UK’s 500 Subway stores by the end of the year.

Just Eat’s share price has surged over the past five days

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Subway’s managing director for UK and Ireland, Sacha Clark, said: "We're delighted to announce the Just Eat delivery trial, making it even easier for our customers to enjoy their Subs, salads and sharing platters anywhere, at any time. We look forward to seeing the results and being able to roll out delivery nationwide."

Just Eat’s UK managing director, Graham Corfield, said: "We're excited to welcome Subway to Just Eat, as part of our continued efforts to offer customers more of their favourite food brands at the tap of the app."

Dominion holds Just Eat in its Global Trends Managed Fund.

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