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M&S Handforth hosts Christmas event

M&S is hosting a Taste of Christmas event in its Foodhall at Handforth Dean from today (1 Dec) until Saturday (3 Dec). Today also sees the release of its final Christmas food advert – ‘Tis the season… for all day feasting.

The team of food experts at M&S have created a must-have collection for festive entertaining. Customers will be able to sample show-stopping canapes, sophisticated snacks, desserts and drinks that are only available at M&S.

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The three day Taste of Christmas event, taking place at 600 stores, offers an opportunity for those looking for inspiration to try special and new products that help them plan their Christmas dining. In-store experts will be on hand to advise customers on combining plates, canapes and drinks.

M&S has launched 290 new food products this Christmas and expects to sell 400 million mince pies and 100 million party food items over the Christmas period.

There is a treat available for every moment during the festive season including Twice Smoked Salmon Blinis that make the perfect breakfast treat, Mini Porcini Mac ‘n’ Cheeses to spoil party guests, Salted Caramel Profiteroles and special Christmas Smoked and Spiced Cheeses to follow the main event. Drinks on offer have a suitably festive twist with Mince Pie Martinis, Christmas Cake Liquors and the American inspired Christmas Cobbler, which is the ultimate contemporary sherry cocktail.

Frances Deasy, store manager at M&S Handforth Dean said: “Our taste events are a great way for us to make the run up to Christmas special for our customers. With 290 new food products on offer this Christmas, the event gives customers a chance to try some exciting treats and get into the festive spirit.”

 

Posted 2:45 PM Thursday December 1, 2016. Filed under Food. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response to this entry. Pinging is currently not allowed.

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