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JJ Foodservice has launched a feature called ‘My Shopping List’ on its website and app, allowing caterers to create, save and edit online orders.

Caterers can use the feature to save their order in advance and then add it to their basket and make payment when they require it.

“With the cost of living increasing, planning menus and budgets more carefully has become even more important,” said JJ Foodservice chief technology officer Mick Dudley.

JJ Foodservice said the new feature would be particularly handy for caterers who need to place different orders on different days. 

“A restaurant might need a top-up of fresh fruit & vegetables mid-week then a bigger order of drinks, meats and poultry ahead of the weekend,” said Dudley

Currently, more than 80% of JJ Foodservice sales come from orders placed online, a number that is growing, according to the company.

“We’re always thinking of new ways to improve the online experience,” said Dudley.

The new feature can be accessed via the ‘My Shopping Lists’ tab in the side menu on the JJ Foodservice website or app.