Partnering with digital receipts platform Flux, they join KFC, Itsu and Just Eat in moving to paperless receipt technology.
Flux found that the use of digital receipts has risen by 3,000% in 2019, with the group seeing an increase from 30,000 to one million digital receipts delivered throughout the year.
Customers in participating sites can now receive itemised digital receipts directly to their phone immediately after making a payment.
Nick Smith, commercial director at Boparan Restaurant Group, said: “Our partnership with Flux means we’ll be able to deliver a smoother, sleeker experience for customers at our restaurants across the UK.
“It’s great to be able to help our customers keep track of their spending – as well as helping the environment – and we’re looking forward to rolling out digital receipts to all of our brands in the future.”
Jun Kaneko, head of technology and e-commerce at Japan Centre Group, said: “We’re thrilled to be able to offer our customers digital receipts with Flux and we’re proud to be the first boutique supermarket and food hall in the UK to bring on Flux’s technology.”