Marks & Spencer has just begun to sell major domestic appliances online.
The chain will sell products including washing machines, dishwashers, fridge freezers and range cookers.
Marks & Spencer (M&S) has stated that it will focus on eco-friendly products, which M&S describes as meeting EU A-rating energy standards or higher.
For more information on energy saving appliances, read our energy saving guide.
The large white goods are going to be sold mainly at Marks and Spencer online, although it has been announced that some larger store may sell one or two of the appliances.
M&S has stocked smaller electrical goods since 2006 – including radios, digital cameras, toasters, kettles and irons. The company also features a technology department in 40 of the stores, which sells TVs, DVD players, laptops, hi-fi systems and camcorders.
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