You can now buy meat at Marks & Spencer in Dubai

Meat products from New Zealand and UK will be sold fresh, not frozen

You can now buy meat at Marks & Spencer in Dubai

If you’ve just moved from the UK, or have been here a while and still miss Mark & Spencer's meat, don’t fret, as food halls across Dubai are now stocking beef, lamb and chicken.

The UK retail store has launched its first selection of fresh meat, and they'll be completely fresh – not previously frozen.

The new range comprises of 18 different cuts of meat, with the beef and lamb from New Zealand and chicken from the UK.

Shoppers can expect everything from lamb cutlets and chicken to rib-eye steak and a beef joint with all the trimmings.

You can find all the new beef, lamb and chicken at five M&S Foodhalls in Dubai, including Dubai Festival City, Ibn Batutta Mall, The Springs and Mall of the Emirates. It's also available in Dubai Marina, a chain that opened to great excitement last year.

“This is a terrific milestone for us, we are thrilled to be launching this new range to our customers.” said Marks & Spencer MENA and Asia vice president Stephen Rayfield.

“We are confident we are offering customers some of the best value and quality fresh meat and poultry possible.”

Since launching in 2015, M&S throughout Dubai has been adding to its food catalogue by bringing in favourites from the UK, including Scottish salmon, Cornish cruncher cheese and much more.

We’re in Christmas territory now, and you can bet M&S will be offering all those Christmas decorations (and plenty of chocolates), too.
Various locations including Dubai Festival City; Marina Walk; Ibn Batutta Mall; The Springs; Mall of the Emirates. www.marksandspencer.com/ae.

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