M&S Blames High Costs For 40% Price Difference On Christmas Food
Marks and Spencer is blaming the cost of doing business in Ireland for an up to 40 percent price difference on Christmas food.
The retailer's Christmas food catalogue shows prices up to 40 percent higher here than in Britain for the same items.
Director of Love Irish Food, Kieran Rumley says buying Irish isn't just about value, but helps the economy as a whole:
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