M&S to extend its ‘fill-your-own’ scheme to Manchester branch

Marks & Spencer

After a successful trial at the new-look Hedge End store in Southampton Marks & Spencer has made the decision to expand its ‘fill-your-own’ scheme.

The grocer will open a refillable section in a second store in Manchester city centre this month, which allows customers to replenish their own food containers from loose products including coffee, pasta and rice.

The news comes after M&S revealed that 25 of the 44 fill-your-own products outsold their packaged alternatives in the Southampton trial. 

Top sellers included chocolate crunch cereal, whole porridge oats, basmati rice, milk chocolate raisins and Fiorelli pasta.

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