Marks & Spencer has become the first retailer to donate non-food surplus to charity amid a new redistribution scheme. In a new partnership with “giving platform” Neighbourly M&S has announced it will start to donate non-food items like cleaning products, toiletries and kitchenware to charity. This comes as Neighbourly launched an extension of its food redistribution programme, which M&S joined in 2015, and Lidl joined in 2016.
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M&S becomes first retailer to donate non-food surplus