JustEat has said it is on track to meet its full-year target with global revenue up by 41% in the third quarter of the year to £195.3m.
UK orders increased by 16% in the period to 30.3 million following a strong September which included the company's first weekend with more than one million orders.
The group expects global full-year revenue to be close to £770m.
Peter Plumb, CEO of Just Eat said: "The group has delivered another strong quarter as we helped our 97,000+ restaurant partners serve over 54 million takeaways to millions of hungry customers. Our increased investments in delivery, brand and data are already taking the Just Eat brands to more customers, making it easier for them to order from a widening choice, ensuring their takeaway moments are even more enjoyable.
"Our delivery expansion plans are on track, ensuring we give customers exactly what they want, and I'm very pleased with the progress we are making against our strategic objectives."