On the money: M&S looks to differentiate through innovation

By Katy Askew | 6 November 2012

Marks and Spencer has indicated it is looking to differentiate its food offering from that delivered by UK supermarkets, with a focus on innovation and quality to drive growth.

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Marks and Spencer has indicated it is looking to differentiate its food offering from that delivered by UK supermarkets, with a focus on innovation and quality to drive growth.

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