British brand Marks & Spencer – part of Al-Futtaim in the region – has launched its brand-new home delivery mobile application, ‘Marks & Spencer Food’, offering delivery of its premium range of groceries direct to customers’ doorsteps in Dubai.
The free to download mobile application is available on Android and Apple app stores and gives customers access to the brand’s food items, including ready-to-cook meals, kitchen cupboard essentials, chilled and frozen items as well as British favourites such as crumpets and shortbread.
Marks & Spencer Food offers over 1,300 premium food lines including a variety of antipasti, cheese boards, meat and poultry and desserts. The brand also has a halal range with 17 cuts. In addition, shoppers can order the brand’s vegan dishes from its Plant Kitchen range.
The food items are available for same-day delivery on orders before 2pm and next day for orders after 2pm. The home delivery service is free, however requires a minimum spend of AED150. Currently, home delivery is available to those living in The Meadows, The Springs, Emirates Hills, Jumeirah Islands, Jumeirah Village Circle, Jumeirah Village Triangle, Dubai Sports City, Motor City, Jumeirah Golf Estate, Jumeirah Lake Towers, Jumeirah Park, The Lakes and The Greens with plans for expansion in the near future.
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