Costa Coffee and M&S create UK-wide food and coffee offer

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Costa Coffee and M&S Food, two of the nation’s favourite high street brands, have announced a new collaboration, with ‘Costa Coffee Now Serving M&S Food’. Launching next year, customers will be able to choose from over 30 M&S Food products, including new lunch options, hot meal boxes and children’s food. Available in over 2,500 Costa Coffee stores across the UK as well as via Drive-Thru lanes the range will build on Costa’s current food range and coffee.

The collaboration with M&S Food means Costa Coffee can provide an even greater range of quality, great value food for all customers’ breakfast, lunch and break-time needs. For M&S Food it will further expand access to its much-loved food range across the UK, in neighbourhood locations and on high streets and retail parks.

Neil Lake, Managing Director, Costa Coffee UK&I, said “…we are bringing together two of the very best brands in a UK-first to launch the Costa Coffee Now Serving M&S Food range. This collaboration with M&S Food will build on our existing food range and help us fulfil our ambition to become the first choice for customers buying food and coffee on-the-go. We’ll use our joint expertise to develop a food experience of the highest quality, freshness and value – all served with a perfectly crafted Costa coffee.”

Stuart Machin, Chief Operating Officer and M&S Food Managing Director, said “M&S Food is famous for great quality food on-the-go at fantastic value. This collaboration gives many more customers the opportunity to enjoy our wide range of delicious sandwiches, salads and snacks in over 2,500 locations across the UK – not just on the high street but in neighbourhood locations and retail parks.

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