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Friday 19 July 2019


Simply Food gets Click & Collect

Written by Scott Thompson

Marks and Spencer is to offer Click & Collect at 100 Simply Food franchise stores, following a trial at 20 outlets. Based at the likes of railways stations, airports, motorway services and hospitals, they will be up and running with the service by the end of September. The initiative is in addition to Click & Collect at over 300 M&S stores.

David Walmsley, director of M&S.com, says: “Store collection is incredibly popular, with over half of orders picked up from our stores. By extending the service to locations such as railways and service stations that may form part of customers’ daily journey, we hope to make it even easier and more convenient for them to shop with M&S.”

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