Just Eat, the online delivery platform, saw a 22% increase in UK orders in the three months to 30 September, to 26.2 million.

Across the group total orders grew 29% to 43.1 million while reported revenues were up 47% to £138.6m.

International orders were up 43% to 16.9 million driven by triple digit pro-forma order growth from Canadian arm, SkipTheDishes.

During the period, Just eat, received provisional from the Competition and Markets Authority for its proposed acquisition of Hungryhouse

The group said it was raising its previous revenue guidance for full year 2017 of £500-515m to between £515-530m and retain that of underlying EBITDA of between £157-163m.

Chief executive Peter Plumb said: “The Just Eat team has once again delivered another period of strong growth. As I get to know the company, it is great to see the UK business in good health and positive momentum across our international markets, particularly in Canada where SkipTheDishes’ delivery expertise and relentless focus on customer service are driving excellent results.

We will continue to invest for growth in technology, marketing and great people.”

The group announced it was ceasing publication of its January trading update and would continue to report full financials at the full and half year, alongside first and third quarter trading updates.