HONG KONG: M&S opens first international food outlet
M&S opens first international food outlet in Hong Kong
UK retailer Marks and Spencer today (11 May) opened its first international food outlet in Hong Kong.
The new store is the company's first international store to focus entirely on food retail and the move follows an eight-month trial of selling the company's Food to Go range at Hong Kong stotes.
Trading from 1,400 square feet, the new store offers over 800 quality food and drink products including groceries, savouries, biscuits, confectionery and wines, Marks and Spencer said.
“We’ve long sold grocery products here and the successful Food to Go trial has whetted our customers’ appetite and led to an increased demand for fresh Marks & Spencer food,” Simeon Piasecki, regional MD Asia, said.
With the UK Treasury set to release its planned spending cuts on 20 October, industry watchers have been focused on how the UK's largest grocery retailers see consumer sentiment in the face of the upc...
- It won't just be Unilever to push for Brexit hikes
- Price an underlying tension across European FMCG
- Danone's Q3 sales - what the analysts say
- Interview: UK trade body on Brexit's policy impact
- Interview: UK trade body on the impact of Brexit
- Nestle lowers outlook on "softer environment"
- China "transition" drags on Danone Q3
- UK announces "action plan" to drive food exports
- CP Foods invests in UK foodservice firm Foodfellas
- Farmers' groups slam Danone over non-GMO stance
- The Big 15: Strategies and Priorities of Top Packaged Food Players in Comparison
- Omega-3 in Food and Beverage:Time for a Reboot?
- Global Food Packaging: Innovating for Greater Convenience and Quality Image
- Packaged Food: Quarterly Statement Q3 2016
- Constellation Brands, Inc. (STZ) - Financial and Strategic SWOT Analysis Review