19 Oct JJ up two places in the Sunday Times Top Track 250
Enfield-based JJ Food Service has been ranked 167th in the Sunday Times Top Track 250, up two places compared with its 169th ranking in 2013.
The Top Track 250 list is published every year in the Sunday Times and ranks Britain’s top mid-market private companies by their turnover over the previous year, from published accounts.
JJ’s managing director Mustafa Kiamil said: “We are delighted to be included in this year’s Top Track 250 list, which has collectively contributed 4.3% to the UK’s economy.”
This year’s Top Track 250 list has collectively contributed 4.3% to the UK’s economy
JJ Food Service reported pre-tax profits of £7.5m for the year ended 31 March 2014 – up 65% on the previous year, while turnover was £182.7m. Its forecast for the next financial year is to grow profits by 46% to £11m.
Mr Kiamil added: “We will continue to grow sales and profits over the next year by improving the quality and range of our products, and offering a first-class service to our customers.”
This year’s Top Track 250 list generated operating profits of £4.4bn from sales of more than £70bn – equivalent to 4.3% of GDP. The majority of companies are family-owned or owned by an entrepreneur.
Some well-known former Top Track 250 stars include Ocado, Harrods, Poundland, Dyson, Manchester United and Weetabix.
JJ Food Service is a £183m family-owned specialist foodservice company that delivers from eight branches around the UK to cafes and coffee shops, pubs, restaurants, hotels, Quick Service Restaurants, schools and local authorities. 60% of JJ’s sales are via online ordering and 35% of sales come from own-label lines. The operator offers next-day delivery for orders up until 9pm and same-day collection for customers across the UK.
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