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Marks & Spencer Food teams with Foodpanda in three markets

Marks & Spencer Food is now available through the Foodpanda food-delivery app in three Asian markets: Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia. 

The two companies are promising orders of packaged foods, along with wine, in under 30 minutes – although delivery is restricted to areas near existing Marks & Spencer Food stores. 

The partnership follows Foodpanda’s development of a grocery delivery service, Pandamart which has been incorporated into its existing restaurant meal-delivery app. 

Marks & Spencer Food also recently partnered with HKTV Mall, the homegrown Hong Kong online marketplace. 

Via Foodpanda, consumers will be able to order up to 300 food and drink SKUs in Hong Kong and Singapore immediately, with the Malaysian service launching at the end of this month. The product range available may differ between markets.

“We know our customers across Asia are passionate about Marks & Spencer Food, which is why we’ve partnered with Foodpanda to help get them the products they need as well as supporting those who currently aren’t able to visit stores easily,” said Christine Choi, CEO of Marks & Spencer Asia. 

Pandamart will deliver orders free on minimum purchases of HK$40 in Hong Kong, SG$5 in Singapore, and RM5 in Malaysia. 

In Singapore, ordering via Foodpanda is currently available only at locations near Wheelock Place, VivoCity, Parkway Parade and One Raffles Place. 

The launch date in Malaysia remains subject to Malaysia Control Movement order.

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