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Marks & Spencer: FOOD Made Easy

Marks & Spencer opened their 3rd stand-alone food store in Hong Kong today.  Located in Soho, directly below Pure Fitness on Hollywood Road near Lynhurst Terrace, city commuters heading home on the escalator now have food shopping made easy.

This London-based multinational retailer (a slightly more upscaled version of Super Target) opened Hong Kong’s first Food store in Wanchai back in 2010, and a second location earlier this year in Sheung Wan’s Shun Tak Center (Central to Macau Terminal).  With a marketing strategy emphasizing on both tourists and international shoppers, Marks & Spencer’s international expansion will soon include a second Sheung Wan location later this year.

Until today, buying qaulity refrigerated foods like yogurt, cheese, chicken or any kind of meat, required heading downtown to Oliver’s.  With over 4,600 square feet (huge for Hong Kong standards), the Soho location includes fresh coffee, pastries (aka DONUTS!), produce, ready-made hot meals, soups, salads and sandwiches, snack foods, dairy products and wines.  Not to mention beautiful store displays and no durian.

Basically, this is life changing.


Marks & Spencer FOOD      |      Kinwick Center      |      32 Hollywood Road      |      Soho

Filed under: Food, Hong Kong

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Hi. Welcome to Hong Kong… according to Ken. Me! I’m a Texas guy that now lives in Hong Kong. I left my life as I knew it, to start a new life. One filled with unfamiliar sites, languages, foods, smells, culture and people. This “leap of faith” is still leaping, but I’m beginning to see the ground beneath me. If you ever wondered what it would be like to pack your bags, say good bye to everyone you know, jump on a plane to another world- then get ready. Here’s a look at life in Hong Kong… according to Ken.


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