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Costa Coffee is to sell Marks & Spencer food in a new collaboration from next year.

Costa will sell more than 30 M&S Food products at its UK stores and drive-through outlets from the spring, the brands said.

The products will build on Costa’s current range and include sandwiches and salads, hot meal boxes and children’s food, the coffee chain said.

M&S Food will gain access to Costa’s more than 2,500 UK outlets in neighbourhoods, high streets and retail parks.

Costa Coffee branch
The tie-up will see Costa sell more than 30 M&S Food products at its outlets (Costa Coffee/PA)

Neil Lake, Costa Coffee managing director for the UK and Ireland, said: “This collaboration with M&S Food will build on our existing food range and help us fulfil our ambition to become the first choice for customers buying food and coffee on the go.”

M&S Food managing director Stuart Machin said: “This collaboration gives many more customers the opportunity to enjoy our wide range of delicious sandwiches, salads and snacks in over 2,500 locations across the UK – not just on the high street but in neighbourhood locations and retail parks.

“Bringing together delicious, great quality M&S Food and the nation’s largest chain of coffee shops is great for customers as it extends our reach and supports our strategy of making M&S more relevant, more often for families.”

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