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Marks and Spencer new year meal deal 28th dec
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Marks and Spencer new year meal deal 28th dec

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Posted 27th Dec 2019

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M and s have just launched their NYE menu

It’s reasonably priced at £15 but I feel its missing the starter to make it a complete meal, don’t know why they’ve just done the following:
Starting in store 28th December

marksandspencer.com/c/f…-in
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And not even a cheese option on the desserts.

This isn't ANY old rubbish. This is M&S rubbish!
Meh....
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Meh....
And they wonder why they are slowly 'sinking'? The selection on this meal deal is as exciting as the Queens Christmas Broadcast!
Yep! Same old... but new price!
And not even a cheese option on the desserts.

This isn't ANY old rubbish. This is M&S rubbish!
I dread to think how much plastic landfill crud this generates everytime M&S offer this deal.

People should equate plastic packaging to smoking addiction, because that's how difficult it's going to be to get supermarkets to stop from using plastic, we need to start treating supermarket chians like 'plastic addicts' and get more heavy handed, in forcing them to cut their usage, because the current approach isn't working.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 28th Dec 2019
Exactly the same veggie option as the last pre-Xmas meal deal, for £3 more...very poor effort M&S!
tightar5e28/12/2019 08:32

I dread to think how much plastic landfill crud this generates everytime …I dread to think how much plastic landfill crud this generates everytime M&S offer this deal. People should equate plastic packaging to smoking addiction, because that's how difficult it's going to be to get supermarkets to stop from using plastic, we need to start treating supermarket chians like 'plastic addicts' and get more heavy handed, in forcing them to cut their usage, because the current approach isn't working.


'get more heavy-handed' - Oh God, the self-appointed 'plastic reduction enforcers' again and their one track minds.
BlackCatzToy28/12/2019 18:03

'get more heavy-handed' - Oh God, the self-appointed 'plastic reduction …'get more heavy-handed' - Oh God, the self-appointed 'plastic reduction enforcers' again and their one track minds.


Funny how GoSafe fining people doing 24mph in 20mph is somehow rational and acceptable (and not seen as the cash cow that it is, given the limits have already been reduced significantly), yet penalising M&S for their vast amount of unnecessary plastic, that they pump into the environment isn't.
It's a hostile environment out there for road users, yet plastic polluters like M&S selling bland food wrapped in 3 layers of pretty plastic is somehow acceptable and are able to keep producing more and more of this landfill crud, every year to help boost their flagging profits.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 9th Jan
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