Britons can get three courses and a bottle of wine for two for just £12. Food halls are open despite coronavirus fo the M&S favourite is still on shelves.
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There is an all new menu for the Marks & Spencer meal deals. So what can you get?
The mains available include mushroom stroganoff, cottage pie and rotisserie chicken. Also on the list is sea bass fillets, slow cooked beef ragu pappardelle, fish pie, rump steaks and steak lasagne.
Side options are pea and carrots, tenderstem broccoli, pantofola, potato rosti, chips and carrot and swede crush.
A whole host of desserts are available, too.
There is lemon and mascarpone cheesecake slices, profiteroles, grapes and a sticky toffee pudding.
Also on the menu is chocolate Swiss roll, chocolate and cherry dessert pot, Eve’s pudding and cheese selection.
Wine options include a Rastras Malbec, a Loire sauvignon blanc and Gold Label rose.
However, M&S are warning some options might be unavailable due to the current virus.
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Marks & Spencer delivery is on the cards during the coronavirus after the supermarket paired up with Deliveroo.
Britons will be able to get M&S food within 30 minutes the brands have promised.
Deliveroo has partnered with Marks and Spencer and BP to help get everything they need.
One hundred and twenty M&S franchises in BP service stations have signed up to take part.
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There will be around 60 Marks and Spencer products available.
Across the UK the M&S essentials box has gone on sale for £35.
M&S have followed in Morrison’s footsteps after last week they announced that they were offering an essential service for those unable to get out for groceries amid coronavirus.
The Morrisons boxes each include a variety of items but states that it should feed two adults for one week.
For the vulnerable, Asda has launched a shopping card for vulnerable Britons to get contact-free delivery.
The scheme has been designed to create a “contact free” and safe way for people to provide funds to those shopping on their behalf.
Customers can buy a “volunteer shopping card” online and then keep topping it up, up to £150 worth of credit, which volunteers can then use to buy essential groceries.
From today, customers can go to asda.com/volunteercard to sign up – where they will then be able to buy a voucher, ready for use.
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