Marks & Spencer locks down prices of popular food lines until 2023

M&S chief executive Stuart Machin

Marks & Spencer has frozen prices on a raft of food lines until the end of January next year as shoppers confront the cost-of-living crisis.

The retailer has locked the prices of 100 products such as satsumas, vegetable soup and pork pies as it seeks to provide customers with value for money.

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