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M&S plans online grocery service trial

By Retail Technology | Monday May 1 2017

Marks & Spencer plans to finally make its groceries available online for home delivery in a trial this autumn

The soft trial was announced by the company’s CEO Steve Rowe. 

According to The Daily Telegraph, Marks & Spencer is planning talks to secure Ocado as its partner in the project.  


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