28 Jun JJ Food Service launches Tag My Local campaign
National wholesaler JJ Food Service has launched Tag My Local, a campaign that encourages diners to nominate a local independent restaurant or takeaway they’d like to order online from who are not currently transactional.
In return, the person will receive £20 off their first takeaway once the site is up and running with FOODit, a JJ Food Service company, which put restaurants online with their own online ordering websites and help to be found on search engines like Google.
The initiative is open to everyone (including trade press!) so please fill out this form in as much detail as you can and share with your friends, family, customers etc. Alternatively, nominate your local via Twitter, Facebook or Instagram with the hashtag #TagMyLocal.
About JJ Food Service
National wholesaler JJ Food Service is an independent foodservice specialist delivering from eleven branches across the UK to cafes, hotels, Quick Service Restaurants, schools, local authorities and more. The majority of sales come from orders placed online and 35% of sales come from own-label products. Customers can order online or on the phone, for collection or delivery. Same-day collection is available for all customers, seven days a week. Online shopping has been made even easier with the launch of the JJ app, available via smart phones and tablets. JJ works with a variety of animal-welfare approved, regionally sourced manufacturers. JJ is the parent company of FOODit, which puts restaurants and takeaways online with their own online ordering websites.
For more information, images or exclusive interviews with the JJ Food Service team please contact: Elit Rowland, head of communications at JJ: firstname.lastname@example.org; 07956 030 804