Coronavirus: M&S and Deliveroo team up for grocery delivery service

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Marks & Spencer will start selling a range of products on Deliveroo for the first time in a bid to meet demand from shoppers social distancing as a result of coronavirus.

Marks & Spencer will sell a range of food essentials via the Deliveroo app for the first time, including items such as milk, bread and juice, as well as meal options including pizza and oven-ready dishes.

The retailer will fulfil orders free of charge from 120 M&S franchise stores at relevant BP service stations across the UK.

In addition to this tie-up, Deliveroo has also launched a new range called ‘Essentials by Deliveroo’ comprising household essentials such as cereal, pasta, rice and tinned canned goods.

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