Eco Warrior

An appetite for change

31st October, 2009

For anyone with an eco-conscience, there’s a certain guilty pleasure about shopping for food in Marks and Spencer. It sells lots of yummy stuff that can’t be bought elsewhere - processed food that tastes about as close as processed food will ever taste to ‘real’ food.

Hence the successful niche that M&S has carved for itself among shoppers who don’t want to eat junk, but can’t be bothered cooking....

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