Just Eat Canada Acquires Orderit

In a move poised to further consolidate one of the nation’s fastest growing industries, online food ordering and delivery, JUST EAT Canada is delighted to announce the acquisition of fellow food ordering and delivery platform, Orderit.ca.

JUST EAT enables local restaurants and customers to connect, offering a quick and easy platform for ordering food delivery. Already the industry leader, JUST EAT has experienced strong organic growth, which has been bolstered by strategic acquisitions.

With this latest acquisition, JUST EAT will offer more choice of great local restaurants and food delivery and takeout options for millions of hungry customers in neighborhoods across Canada. Hundreds of customers’ favourite restaurants in key locations such as Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Montreal and more will be added to JUST EAT’s already extensive restaurant roster totaling over 5,000 establishments. Overall, customers can anticipate an even more reliable and convenient service when they order via the JUSTEAT.ca website, or mobile apps.

Cameron Reid, CEO of Orderit.ca, states that “building a loyal customer base across Canada has been the key to Orderit’s success, and we believe that JUST EAT is the right partner to continue offering a great ordering experience to our customers in the future.”

Says Todd Masse, managing director of JUST EAT Canada, “We’ve been continually impressed by Orderit’s success in the online food ordering realm. With the added reach and resources resulting from the acquisition, JUST EAT Canada is confident of giving our customers an even better delivery and takeout experience and greater choice of restaurants.”

With headquarters in Toronto, Ontario, JUST EAT Canada is the nation’s largest and fastest growing online restaurant and food ordering service. The JUSTEAT.ca website and mobile app enables local restaurants and customers to connect, offering two quick-and-easy platforms for ordering food delivery. There are currently 5,000 restaurants online with JUSTEAT.ca in major cities like Toronto, Vancouver, Calgary, Edmonton, Montreal, Ottawa, Winnipeg and Regina.