Costa’s revamped food menu features a range of 33 M&S Food items, including porridge, sandwiches, salads and sweets
Costa Coffee first announced its tie-up with M&S Food in November 2021 | Photo credit: Costa Coffee
Costa Coffee has unveiled its new in-store food menu in partnership with UK supermarket, Marks & Spencer. The new range builds on Costa’s existing food offer and includes 33 M&S Food items, including porridge, sandwiches, salads and sweet snacks.
Available across more than 2,500 of Costa’ UK stores, the menu, first announced
in late-2021, will also cater to range of dietary preferences, including the vegan-friendly Plant Kitchen and gluten-free Made Without ranges.
“The launch of the Costa Coffee Now Serving M&S Food menu is an exciting first step in our collaboration with M&S Food. As we look to continue crafting new coffee-experiences, we are building a new food offering that will provide an even greater range of quality and great value food for all customers – making Costa Coffee the first choice for customers on-the-go,” said Adrian Cook, UK & Ireland Chief Operating Officer of Costa Coffee.
“The collaboration launches with iconic M&S Food and we’ve exciting plans ahead, using our joint expertise to develop better food and drink experiences for customers to enjoy throughout the day, alongside their favourite Costa coffee,” Cook added.
“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,” commented Stuart Machin, Chief Operating Officer and M&S Food Managing Director.
Founded in 1971, Costa Coffee is present in 41 countries around the world, with over 2,700 coffee shops in the UK and Ireland and more than 1,100 across international markets. The largest coffee chain in the UK and Europe, Costa marks its 50th anniversary in 2021 and was voted The Nation's Favourite coffee shop
by Allegra's independent panel of 5,000 UK consumers for the 11th consecutive year.