M&S bags £160m from refocused Plan A

Will Nichols
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Supermarket has met almost half of its 100 commitments en route to goal of becoming world's 'most sustainable major retailer'

Marks & Spencer (M&S) has reported "strong progress" on its pioneering Plan A sustainability strategy, which has generated £160m for the company since it was updated 12 months ago. The retailer revealed...

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