By Jonathan Davies
Online takeaway service Just Eat has reported a huge rise in revenues after processing £1 billion worth of orders in 2014.
Just Eat reported a 62% rise in revenues to £157m.
The takeaway service said it is now linked with more than 45,000 restaurants. And after completing the biggest tech listing on the London Stock Exchange for eight years last year, Just Eat raised its sales forecast to £200m for 2015.
Monthly active users also saw a strong rise. Just Eat now has 8.1 million customers, a 37% increase on 2013. The company's app grew in popularity in 2014, with the number of orders placed using it rising and now accounting for 61% of all orders.
"It's been another excellent year," said Just Eat boss David Buttress.
"Going into 2015, Just Eat is in a very strong position," he added.