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M&S Will Turn Unsold Bread into Frozen Garlic Bread at 60 More Stores

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  • M&S expands its food scheme to 60 additional stores in the UK.
  • Unsold fresh bread is repurposed into frozen garlic bread.
  • Initiative aims to reduce food waste and offer budget-friendly options.

M&S has announced the expansion of its innovative food scheme to 60 more supermarket stores across the UK. The initiative ensures that freshly baked bread, if unsold by the end of the day, is turned into frozen garlic bread. This program not only aims to reduce food waste but also provides customers with a more affordable option.

Ruby Flanagan at Mirror reported that this scheme is part of M&S's broader effort to promote sustainability while meeting customer needs. By repurposing leftover bread, M&S addresses both environmental and economic concerns, making it a win-win for shoppers and the planet.

Tom Church, Co-Founder of LatestDeals.co.uk, commented, "It's great to see M&S taking steps to reduce food waste while offering value to customers. This initiative highlights the importance of sustainability in today's retail landscape."

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EmmaWright762

Does anyone know how much the garlic bread is? Does it work out cheaper than the stale bread like for like?

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sharonemc97202

It is Already frozen bread they heat up so how can you refrez it

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