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More customers opting for healthy orders on Just Eat since lockdown

By Sarah Finnan

July 1, 2020 at 12:14pm

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Just Eat is wishing customers a happier second half of the year, describing  July 1st as '2020 2.0'.

This year has gotten off to a rocky start but thankfully, there are better times on the horizon. With restrictions starting to ease and businesses across the country reopening their doors, many people are busy trying to balance returning to work with this 'new normal'.

Hoping to help make things a little easier, Just Eat is taking the stress out of lunchtime adding loads of different healthy options to their ever-expanding menu. Also offering contact-free delivery, customers can order from their favourite local eatery and have it brought straight to their door - whether that's to your home or your office.

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With many looking forward to a winter of sport, customers' menu choices seem to reflect this over the past few weeks. Noting a 220 per cent increase in the number of healthy orders put in during lockdown, Just Eat has pooled Dublin, Kerry, Cork, Kilkenny and Wexford as some of the healthiest counties in Ireland. All with their eyes on the prize and getting down to some serious pre-season training - a further sign that resolutions set in the second half of the year could have a better chance than those long forgotten in January.

Freshii Just Eat

Speaking of the different options available to customers returning to work, Edel Kinane, Commercial Director at Just Eat Ireland said:

“We’ve all seen how difficult it is to judge our new normal, while also maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Working from home, keeping the kids entertained and on top of their schoolwork and reconnecting with loved ones after months spent apart, while also trying to serve up a balanced lunch and dinner for all the family.

“As many of us prepare for a return to a workplace that’s very different from the one we left behind in March, Just Eat is delighted to welcome a host of great new eateries offering wholesome healthy options for contact-free delivery straight to your home or office door."

Below is a list of some of the healthy restaurant options available in your local area:

Dublin

Chopped
V-Face
Ramen Co
Gourmet Food Parlour
Yamamori
Sophia Townhouse
Musashi
Bowls by Kwanghi Chan
Boojum
Pita Pit
Jump Juice
Diep
Half and Half
Tani Sushi
Kanum Thai
Sawadee Thai
Cocu
The Good Food Store
The Punnet Food Emporium
Sanuk
Korean Burrito
Michie Sushi
KuRaudo
Saba To Go
Cinnamon
31 Lennox
San Sab
Nutty Delights
Thai Do Thai Cuisine
Fit Fat Cafe
Camile Thai
Cafe 105
Freshii

Galway

Gourmet Food Parlour
Boojum
Subway
Mix Greens
Vegano
Lana Asian Street Food
Freshii

Cork

Okura Japanese
Sakura Japanese
Camile Thai
Boojum
Izz Cafe
Nosta
Mirch Masala
Subway
Wabi-Sabi
Burritos and Blues
Veganko
Zambrero
Jump Juice

Limerick

Subway
Boojum
Camile Thai
Chopped
Russells Select Bar
Lana Asian Street Food

For a full list of Just Eat takeaway restaurants, check out the app or visit the website.

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Just Eat is Ireland’s leading marketplace for online food ordering and delivery, with over 2,500 takeaway restaurants over 40 cuisines online and on the app. Order on just-eat.ie or download the Just Eat app today.
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