Luxury department store Harvey Nichols is to expand its pop-up Christmas Foodmarket shop format to more cities this festive season.

The shops will be opened in Manchester’s Trafford Centre and Bristol’s Cabot Circus, as well as Birmingham, where it has had a pop-up shop for the past two years.

Shops, which will open over the next week and close on Christmas Eve, will sell an “extensive range of festive treats”, including hampers and gift boxes.

Products on offer include Harvey Nichols mini mince pies, Marc de Champagne Christmas puddings and luxury chocolates, together with “top picks” from the Harvey Nichols Wine Shop. 

Harvey Nichols general manager at Bristol Sue Stones said the Foodmarket has “proved extremely popular”. She added: “Our buyers have created a fantastic festive offer to cater for any budget, including hampers full of hand-selected products from Harvey Nichols range of more than 600 own-label products. As a result, the Foodmarket will be the perfect place for visitors to get something really special for a loved one this Christmas.”