By Nicole Tallant, Senior Buyer

I love talking to suppliers and partners about our fantastic Food to Go range, so when we started talking to health and beauty retailer Superdrug, it quickly became one of the most exciting projects I’ve ever worked on! We’ve now agreed to supply a range of our Food to Go lines to seven Superdrug branches in railway stations and airports later this month.

Food to Go is the fastest growing category in convenience and through working with Superdrug, we’ll be able to tap into some amazing Food to Go hotspots with a range of 40 Co-op lines.

We know our products offer great quality and value (in fact, we’ve just scooped the sandwich and Food to Go convenience retailer award at The SAMMIES!) and partnering Superdrug will be a great new way to bring our products closer to more customers. I’m really proud of all the work we’ve done to get here and can’t wait to see how our range helps meet the demand of busy customers in these exciting new locations.

The lines will be available later this month in Superdrug stores in Edinburgh, Bristol and East Midlands airports as well as Brighton, Sheffield, London’s Victoria and London’s Fenchurch Street train stations.

Join the conversation! 3 Comments

  1. This article begs the question, why do Superdrug need our help? Surely they have the buying power to have their own range of meal deal products (or even get a tertiary brand).

  2. Is the meal going to be the same price as it is in the local stores, it wouldn’t be very Coop if the price was elevated, airports and railway stations are renowned for higher prices.

  3. Love love love this article. I always pop into Superdrug for a squirt of perfume – so much cheaper than buying those expensive bottles, now I can grab a meal deal too. #Itswhatwendydoes

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