Marks and Spencer to sell top brands in shopsNescafe and Heinz to be sold in Marks and Spencer

04 November 2009

Marks and Spencer will sell products from a range of up to 400 leading food and household brands, including Heinz and Nescafe, in all its stores from next year.

The move follows a Marks and Spencer (M&S) trial of selling branded products in 43 stores in the North East and South East. The trial regions will be the first to see a full roll out, which begins this month. Other M&S shops will follow from January 2010.

M&S to sell Nescafe

Marks and Spencer will roll out a selection of between 50 and 400 brands including Nescafe, Coca Cola, Heinz, Walkers and Kellogg's.

The department store will also sell toiletries brands such as Colgate or Head and Shoulders.  

Take a look at the Which? reviews of laundry liquids, tablets and dishwasher detergents including brands such as Ariel and Persil - also to be sold at Marks and Spencer. We have also tested a comprehensive range of household appliances - including 189 washing machines and 134 dishwashers.

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