JJ Foodservice backs #DroptheApp campaign with free websites for kebab shops

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BritShish Magazine created the #DroptheApp campaign to support several kebab shops on the brink of bankruptcy due to increased commission from online delivery companies

JJ Foodservice is supporting the #DroptheApp campaign by offering free restaurant websites to takeaways who are leaving online delivery platforms due to commissions as high as 35%.

Started by BritShish Magazine, the movement has been supported by leading UK kebab restaurants who say that online ordering platforms are eating into profits and contributing to businesses going ‘bankrupt’.

JJ’s restaurant website building company, FOODit by JJ, will offer kebab restaurants no sign up fees (a saving of £79 + VAT) until the end of 2020, and just 10% commission.

This reduces to zero commission on sales above £3,000 per week.

“Independent kebab restaurants are at the heart of many communities”, said head of product, Paul Sharp. “We want to see them thrive with their own independent websites.

“Our team can build fully transactional websites in as little as 24 hours.”

To support the campaign, FOODit by JJ has launched a new series of YouTube videos to demonstrate how they have helped takeaways to navigate the lockdown.