JJ Food Service, Fresh Direct and Reynolds all feature in the annual list which is published in the Sunday Times and ranks Britain's top mid-market private companies by their turnover over the previous year, from published accounts.
This year’s Top Track 250 list generated operating profits of £4.4bn from sales of more than £70bn – equivalent to 4.3% of GDP. The majority of the list’s companies are family-owned or owned by an entrepreneur.
Enfield based JJ Food Service moved two places up the list compared with its 169th ranking in 2013.
JJ’s managing director Mustafa Kiamil said: “We are delighted to be included in this year’s Top Track 250 list, which has collectively contributed 4.3% to the UK’s economy.”
Supplier Fresh Direct, which also owns two pubs: the Muddy Duck in Hethe and the Muddy Duck in Monkton Farleigh, has moved up from 206 in 2013 to 181 in the list.
Fresh fruit and vegetable supplier Reynolds, has moved from 207 to 183 in the list.
Brands Wagamama, Pret a Manger, Caffe Nero and Travelodge are also featured in the list.