M&S food box: What is in Marks and Spencer food boxes? How much is it?

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Stockpilers are leaving many Brits without the essentials, especially staple foods like pasta, and toiletries like soap and toilet roll. Many have been panic buying, clearing out the supermarket shelves and leaving others disappointed when they take the risky trip to the shops. Supermarkets have responded by creating food boxes filled with the essentials.

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Marks and Spencer launched an essential food box earlier this week.

The boxes can only be ordered online at MarksandSpencer.com, and over 70s with Sparks cards are being prioritised.

To combat even more stockpiling, M&S are limiting the boxes to one per person.

Buy them online here while you can

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M&S released a food box in the first week of April, but is it still in stock? (Image: Getty)

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Those over 70 with Sparks cards are being prioritised at checkout online (Image: Getty)

How much are Marks and Spencer’s food boxes?

There is a vegetarian-friendly version of the box, and a non-vegetarian version of the box.

The veggie option sells for £30 a box, and the non-veggie option is a little more expensive at £35.

You can’t buy the box in store, so you need to factor in the delivery cost.

You’ll need to pay an extra £3.99 to have the box delivered to your home.

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There is a veggie option and a meat-eater option, and both are sold online (Image: Getty)

What is in Marks and Spencer food boxes?

The difference between the veggie box and the non-veggie box is simple.

The veggie box has the same items as the non-veggie box, except for the tinned meat and fish.

The full list included in the non-veggie box is:

  • Fusilli (500g)
  • Tomato and herb pasta sauce (550g)
  • Baked beans (220g)
  • Chunky vegetable soup (400g)
  • Beef bolognese pasta sauce (340g)
  • Cream of tomato soup (400g)
  • Basmati rice (500g)
  • Chunky steak (206g)
  • Instant coffee (100g)
  • English breakfast tea bags (125g)
  • Homebake style shortbread squares (200g)
  • Dark chocolate (100g)
  • Milk chocolate (100g)
  • Prime corned beef (205g)
  • Wild Alaskan red salmon (213g)
  • Roasted and salted peanuts (200g)
  • Vegetable curry (400g)
  • Giant milk chocolate buttons (150g)
  • Percy Pig (170g)
  • Soft white 2-ply toilet tissue (pack of 4)

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How can I get the M&S essentials box?

Unfortunately, the essentials box is totally sold out online.

On searching for the item on the M&S website, you’ll be greeted by a message that reads: “More coming soon!”

It explains: “This product has been very popular and we’ve sold out.

“We’re working hard to get this product back online, so please check back in a few days.”

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The M&S food box is temporarily sold out, but will be restocked soon (Image: Getty)

Which other supermarkets are selling food boxes?

Morrisons is selling a box for £30, plus £5 delivery.

These boxes will come straight to your door the following day, as long as you order before 3pm.

The veggie and meat options cost the exact same, and both include toilet roll, pasta and baked beans, which are like gold-dust during the pandemic.

However, these boxes are currently sold out online.

Both Lidl and Asda are stocking ‘wonky veg’ boxes, which include lots of fruit and veg that are slightly damaged or deformed.

These pieces of fruit or veg are still good enough to eat, but would otherwise not be sold.

Lidl offers customers the chance to grab around five kilos of wonky fruit and vegetables for just £1.50, and Asda offers the same amount for 30 percent less than the RPR.

Stock may be low, though, so ring your local store for updates before you waste a trip.


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