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POWER LIST 2017, BUSINESS LEADERS: Andy Adcock Food Director, Marks & Spencer

POWER LIST 2017, BUSINESS LEADERS: Andy Adcock Food Director, Marks & Spencer

Food has come to take an increasingly important place in Marks & Spencer’s business model during recent years as the British multinational retailer has witnessed some huge industry changes, not least in terms of ecommerce and fashion. That has led to the company seizing the growth opportunity that the catering sector presents, with its Food

M&S equips Chicester branch with energy efficient cooking and merchandising kit

Marks & Spencer has carried out a major foodservice equipment project at its Chichester store, bringing in the latest hot and chilled service counters to display products to customers.  The company brought in Uxbridge-based food retail specialist Fri-Jado to assist with the fit-out of the new 10,000 sqft foodhall and it supplied cooking and merchandising equipment within

M&S to trial Wasabi counters in food halls

Marks & Spencer is to test fresh sushi counters in its food halls following a tie-up with UK restaurant chain Wasabi. The supermarket giant is aiming to improve its in-store experience with a touch of theatre and freshly-prepared products displayed in the latest counters. The counters will sell an extensive range of Wasabi’s products, with

M&S opens brand new Bradford store with 160-cover restaurant

Marks & Spencer’s new 40,000 sq ft store is set to open at Westfield’s The Broadway shopping centre in Bradford on 5 November. 

 The new premises feature a 9,000 sq ft food hall and a 160-cover M&S café alongside the retailer’s fashion and homeware items. The café will serve freshly-made dishes using ingredients from

M&S cuts energy costs in 81 kitchens

Marks & Spencer has awarded Quintex the contract to provide energy efficient ventilation for kitchens at 81 of its sites in the UK. As part of its ‘Plan A’ initiative, M&S aims to become the world’s most sustainable major retailer. It sees the deployment of Quintex’s Cheetah demand controlled ventilation (DCV) system as key to