M&S introduce frozen food to posh people

4 September 2014

marks and spencer Marks & Spencer are launching their first ever range of frozen ready meals. That'll upset some of the foodies who shop there and haven't noticed that they've had ready-meals for a while as it is.

The range consists of 30 dishes, for either 2-4 people, and should be in selected stores from the end of September.

As with any ready meal, all the meals can be cooked from frozen and features ingredients that cope the best with the frozen wastes.

"We're well known for our ready meals, and we felt that we could do our frozen prepared foods justice in terms of quality" said someone from M&S.

"This move was part of the expansion of our food ranges and has nothing to do with other retailers, especially not Iceland," the spokesman added cattily, honest.

Still, no-one's buying non-food items from M&S, so they might want to have a look at those arms of the business before trying to fix things with frozen pies.

TOPICS:   Supermarket   High Street News

1 comment

  • mrs a.
    I did not know that M&S had frozen meals in their freezers !! I do not buy frozen meals but I will for them when I am in the foodhall next week. I would like to put in a request for more white bread to be used in your sandwich range. I know you use white bread in you food to order sandwiches so why not supply them in your stores ?? I would love a reply to my request. Regards Mrs E Amias

What do you think?

Connect with Facebook, Twitter, or just enter your email to sign in and comment.

Your comment