UK: Marks & Spencer considers opening motorway service station food stores - report
UK food and clothing retailer Marks & Spencer is to announce that it is considering opening a chain of food stores in motorway service stations, according to a newspaper report. The company, which is hoping to expand its Simply Food convenience store format, is to trial a store on the M1 motorway, reported the Financial Times. The trial store is set to open this summer at a service station near Toddington, Bedfordshire.
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