Marks and Spencer launches range of 800 food items in Australia

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Percy Pigs from Marks and Spencer
Percy Pigs are coming to Australia. Photo: Supplied

Iconic British chain Marks and Spencer have announced they are bringing 800 items from their food range to Australia for the very first time.

In news that is sure to bring a smile to many an expat’s face, the retailer has teamed up with the British Corner Shop for the release.

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800 different products will be available. Photo: Supplied
Marks and Spencer coming to Australia
Percy Pigs, Extremely Chocolatey Milk Rounds, Salt & Vinegar Twists and Golden Crunchy Creams will now all be available to buy in Australia. Photo: Supplied

Percy Pigs, Extremely Chocolatey Milk Rounds, Salt & Vinegar Twists and Golden Crunchy Creams will now all be available to buy in Australia and 150 other countries around the world.

The British Corner Shop is known for selling over 6,000 British household products and has seen a massive 141% increase in sales in the past year with people desperate for a taste from home during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Extremely Chocolatey Milk Chocolate Rounds from Marks and Spencer
The Extremely Chocolatey Milk Chocolate Rounds are in the range. Photo: Supplied
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M&S teabags will be available to purchase. Photo: Supplied

The most popular products on the online retailer over the past year have been Warburtons Crumpets, Heinz Baked Beans and Cadbury Flake.

“British Corner Shop connects quality British brands to customers worldwide, which is why partnering with M&S, one of the most iconic British brands, is a perfect fit for both parties,” Mark Callaghan, British Corner Shop Managing Director said.

“Our customers are not just British expats but other nationals who appreciate the quality assurance they get from buying British made products.

“So, not only will our expat customers be overjoyed they can now reunite with their most missed M&S foods, but our non-expat customers will no doubt rejoice as well.”

You can check out the full range here.

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