PizzaExpress will launch on Just Eat for Business, allowing London workers to enjoy its offering from the comfort of their office.

The casual dining chain is the latest restaurant partner on Just Eat for Business, joining popular restaurants Pasta Evangelists, Wahaca and Yo! Sushi.

PizzaExpress will offer additional menu options for lunch, including its new The Wrap & Side bundle with pizza topping filled wraps

Workers can choose from their favourite pizza topping to pack into a wrap, including American Hot, Padana and Pollo ad Astra). A side can then be added - options include Dough Balls, Dough Sticks, Garlic Bread with Mozzarella, or Halloumi Bites. 

As a corporate specialist in the delivery marketplace, Just Eat for Business makes it easy for companies to order at home or in the office, feeding 30,000 people at over 600 companies every week.

According to Just Eat for Business, 80,920 slices of pizza have already been consumed on the platform to date and in a survey of workers, Italian cuisine scored second on the list of top 10 most popular cuisines ordered in 2022.

Tom Hatcher, Delivery & Collection Director at PizzaExpress said, “As we continue to grow our dine out proposition for all different meal occasions, we’re pleased to be launching on Just Eat for Business to serve workers across London.

”Whether it’s lunch for a meeting, a crowd pleasing buffet for a team gathering, or a Wrap Bundle for one, we have it covered.

”There’s no better food to collaborate over than a fresh, authentic PizzaExpress pizza prepared by one of our expert pizzaiolos.”

Matt Ephgrave, Managing Director at Just Eat for Business added, “We know just how much workers cherish their lunchtimes, and over the past few years, have seen the positive impact food perks at work have on employees’ productivity and motivation as we work in a hybrid setting.

”That’s why we’re so delighted to welcome one of the nation’s favourite pizza restaurants, PizzaExpress to our platform, to provide workers with another option to enjoy, and a reason to come together and collaborate over lunch.”

It comes after PizzaExpress launched its own white-label delivery platform in partnership with Uber Eats. PizzaExpress Delivers enables customers to order direct from the brand’s website or app, with the order fulfilled exclusively by Uber couriers.

The roll-out followed a successful trial at selected pizzerias earlier this year.