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Just Eat gives over £9 million back to restaurant partners

Just Eat says it gave £9.3 million back to restaurants through its partnership with wholesaler Booker last year, the largest amount on record.

The delivery platform's 6,500 restaurant partners have access to an exclusive cashback rate at Booker and Makro which can earn them up to 7% cashback on almost every purchase they make as well as further exclusive prices on over 18,000 products.

Just Eat has worked with Booker for over five years to support restaurants and says it is now more important than ever after rising inflation, soaring bills, supply issues and staff shortages emerging from the pandemic has left many restaurant partners struggling.

Andrew Kenny, managing director UK at Just Eat, said: “We are only successful if our restaurant partners are successful. Supporting our restaurant partners is paramount, and our partnership with Booker is one way we can ensure we get the best discounts and offers available to them. We’ll continue to drive these deals over the next year to make sure partners are always getting the best value in everything we provide and continue to secure further savings to help them thrive.”

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