Turnover at the Enfield based company was £182.7m compared with £185.5m for the previous year.
The foodservice specialist recently announced it was expanding its customer base to gastropubs, restaurants and hotels having previously focused on cafes, coffee shops, Quick Service Restaurants, schools and local authorities.
Managing director Mustafa Kiamil said: “We are delighted that our profits are up 65% and while turnover has decreased slightly, it is in line with the general market place and reflects our ongoing commitment to pass on savings to our customers.”
JJ has increased efficiencies in all aspects of its business over the past twelve months by adopting new technologies to streamline operations.
“We are tripling our sales force over the next six months and training all our staff to cater for a broader customer base. This puts us in a strong position to grow our business while remaining focused on offering quality products and a first-class service”, added Mr Kiamil.
JJ’s is aiming to grow profits by 46% in the next year to £11m.