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Kids Toys & Books | Books & Toys for Children | M&SMarks and Spencer is offering customers free miniature replicas of some of its most popular food items as part of its new Little Shop collection. Consumers can now get their hands on down-sized versions of 25 Marks and Spencer products, which they can collect to create their own scaled-down shop. The range of collectables include Marks and Spencer British strawberries, the Colin the Caterpillar cake and a chicken Tikka Masala, the first chilled ready meal ever offered by the supermarket in the s. The packs also contain a collector's card, with facts and a joke about the collectable in question. While the Little Shop collection is aimed at parents with children aged between four and eight, the supermarket states "big kids" are "warmly welcome" to participate as well. Marks and Spencer is also encouraging customers to take part in swaps with one another in order to find any items they may be missing.
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The chain already has 20 UK suppliers and is looking to increase that number. The successful available online only 'Living the Dream' children's range of Lewis HamiltonHeikki Kovalainen and Jenson Button memorabilia and merchandise. Retrieved 18 July Ladybird Dalmatians.
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By , virtually all goods were sold under the St Michael brand. The St Michael name was subsequently adopted as a 'quality guarantee' and appeared as the St Michael Quality Promise on the back of food products, on the side of delivery vehicles and on in-store ordering receipts. The company put its main emphasis on quality, including a stocking size measuring system. In an effort to improve the quality of their Swiss rolls , they hired the food expert Nat Goldberg , who made a major improvement across their entire cake range, which had lost the public's favour a few years earlier. As a later measure to improve food quality food labelling was improved and "sell by dates" were phased in between and The successful Autograph brand was launched in and was originally meant to be for men, but had now moved on to cover children and women by
The official goal was to be better at food than supermarkets and better at chilrrens and general merchandise than department stores. Retrieved 18 July London: Telegraph. This was followed in February with Home Insulation!
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