Marks & Spencer rolls out urban farms to more shops


Marks & Spencer has launched in-store farms to six branches after an enthusiastic customer reaction to the first.

M&S unveiled its first vertical farm with special partner Infarm at its overhauled Clapham Junction branch in London in September.

The retailer has now rolled out the project to more branches in the capital – Bromley, Ealing Broadway, Kensington, Kings Road, Stratford City and its Oxford Street flagship – where customers will be able to buy herbs grown and harvested in-store.

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