Amanda Roche-Kelly, managing director of Just Eat Ireland. Photograph: Shane O’Neill / Fennell.

Food delivery service Just Eat has begun offering takeaway by drone as part of a pilot programme in Oranmore, Co Galway. The service, which is power(...)

Just Eat’s app has been downloaded over 2.5 million times in the State over the last six years

Food delivery service Just Eat is to recruit 700 additional couriers in the Republic to support an anticipated rise in online ordering during the lock(...)

JustEat is in the process of a brand ’refresh’ to reflect the merger of Just Eat and Takeaway. Photograph: Naoise Culhane

Restaurant marketplace Just Eat is embarking on a brand “refresh” to reflect the multibillion euro merger of its British parent and Amsterdam-based Ta(...)

Bobby Healy of Manna: “It’s clear that drone delivery provides a faster, cleaner, safer, cheaper and higher quality alternative to road-based delivery.”

Drone delivery company Manna plans to pilot its takeaway food delivery service on the campus of University College Dublin from the end of March. The(...)

Deliveroo, which works with about 600 restaurants in Dublin, said it takes concerns raised by elected representatives extremely seriously.

Dublin City Council has written to food delivery services Deliveroo and Just Eat over the supposedly “reckless” behaviour of some of their cyclists on(...)

Just Eat managing director Amanda Roche Kelly.

Online food delivery service Just Eat has responded to a “dramatic increase” in the demand for vegan food with the addition of a number of new restaur(...)

Sinn Féin Lord Mayor pf Dublin Mícheál MacDonncha at the announcement of a new sponsorship deal for Dublin Bikes with takeaway order firm Just Eat.Photograph: Naoise Culhane.

Online takeaway ordering company Just Eat is to replace Coca-Cola as the commercial sponsor of the Dublin Bikes rental scheme. The popular bike hire (...)

Smartphones are seen as a key driver in the growth of takeaway services. Photograph: Getty Images

Irish consumers spend €1.45 billion on takeaway food ordered from 3,000 different restaurants that employ 25,000 people, a new report into the sector (...)

“It’s all about ‘yes, the takeaway is here!’,” says Amanda Roche-Kelly, of the “mini fist bump” ads for ordering site Just Eat. Photograph: Shane O’Neill/Fennell Photography

Lunch is back, according to Just Eat. Consumer confidence is up, and the instinct to “brown-bag it” is waning. It’s just the right time for the online(...)