In Liverpool, a massive new Marks and Spencer Foodhall has opened.


In Liverpool, a massive new Marks and Spencer Foodhall has opened.

After undergoing a complete renovation, a Marks and Spencer shop in Liverpool has launched a new Foodhall.

The Aintree store has been expanded by 15,000 square feet, making it twice the size of its previous Foodhall.

The new M&S Foodhall boasts Instagram-worthy cheese and charcuterie displays, a larger-than-ever bakery, a pick-your-own-eggs station, and a larger wine shop.

To keep the kids entertained, it includes additional interactive components such as a talking Percy Pig and ‘moo-ing’ dairy cows. Regular customers will notice new checkouts and faster methods to pay, as well as expanded fresh produce and frozen departments.

Customers may also shop in the store’s “fill your own” section, where they may bring their own containers to stock up on pantry staples like pasta, rice, cereal, and frozen fruit for smoothies. M&S has pledged to eliminate 1,000 tonnes of plastic from its operations by March 2022 and half food waste by 2030.

“This new store addition with our brand-new Foodhall is an exciting investment in the future, and I can’t wait for our customers to see the transformation for themselves,” M&S Store Manager Natalie Cooke said. Customers will find our fresh produce aisles bursting with flavorful fruit and vegetables, as well as our in-store bakery ready to provide fresh bread and tasty pastries throughout the day, in addition to a warm welcome from our cheerful staff of associates. We’ve got everything you need for the ultimate yard BBQ, and bright weather is forecast for this weekend!”

M&S Aintree will give one lucky Sparks shopper a free shop every day of opening week to commemorate the new Foodhall. A random recipient will be chosen, and everything is in their trolley will be free.

M&S Sparks customers will also be able to utilize the M&S app’s ‘Scan & Shop’ option to skip the line.

“We have thousands of excellent and great value Food goods, from daily essentials and seasonal, fresh vegetables, to 100% responsibly sourced fish and shellfish, RSPCA Assured milk, and 100% British beef, chicken, duck, and fresh pork from M&S Select Farmers,” Natalie Cooke continued. Whether or not. The summary comes to a close.


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