Weaker than expected third-quarter orders at Just Eat Takeaway.com knocked shares in the online food delivery company on Wednesday, with orders in the United States growing just 3per cent.
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Shares in the company, which completed its US$7.3 billion purchase of U.S. peer GrubHub in June, were down 4.4per cent to 62.11 euros at 0755 GMT, taking losses this year to more than 30per cent.
Total orders in the quarter rose 25per cent to 266 million, below the 35per cent increase expected by analysts at ING bank.
Growth in Britain, the company's largest market, was 51per cent, but weakest in the United States, now its second-biggest market.
GrubHub Chief Executive Matt Maloney said last week he intended to leave in December, and Just Eat Takeaway said on Wednesday it had started "an improvement programme re-focusing the company on GrubHub's strongholds."
In a statement, group CEO Jitse Groen said: "With most of the world returning to pre-pandemic life, our growth in the third quarter of 2021 has remained strong. Just Eat Takeaway.com is well-positioned for autumn and winter, our traditional growth season."
In August, GrubHub suffered a setback when New York City, its largest U.S. market, capped the commissions it and rivals can charge restaurants to use their platforms at 15per cent of food orders for delivery.