Superdrug to sell Co-op sandwiches, salad and fruit

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Superdrug to sell Co-op sandwiches, salad and fruit



MEAL deal fans can soon get their hands on a Co-op version at Superdrug as the supermarket starts selling 40 of its products at the health and beauty retailer.
The initial trial will roll out in seven Superdrug stores, and it means customers can pick up a sandwich, side and drink from £3.79.
Co-op The trial could roll out as early as next week
Co-op hasn’t actually yet confirmed definite prices, but it told The Sun the prices are expected to be £3.79 at Superdrug’s railway stores and £3.99 at airports.
The meal deal includes Co-op’s own-brand sandwiches, salads and fruits as well as 300ml bottles from Tropicana Juice – see a full list of all the products in the box below.
Shoppers can also pick from a majority of Superdrugs’ drinks and sides.
The launch date is still to be confirmed, but Co-op said it could go live in Superdrug’s stores as early as next Wednesday – May 22.
Co-op The Co-op meal deal will be available in seven Superdrug stores
The branches are located in East Midlands, Bristol and Edinburgh Airport, and in Brighton, Sheffield and London’s Victoria and Fenchurch Street Railway Stations.
The Sun has asked Co-op how much it charges its own shoppers for the cheapest sandwich, side and drink. We haven’t yet heard back so we’ll update this article as soon as we do.
In comparison, Boots’ meal deal costs up to £3.99 outside of London and up to £4.49 in airports and in London, while Sainsbury’s and Tesco both charge £3.
But you can also get away cheaper, as Poundland launched a new £2 meal only a few weeks ago.
This can only be beaten in price by B&M’s £1.75 meal deal which includes a sandwich, drink and snack.
Included in the meal dealBELOW are all the Co-op products included in the Superdrug meal deal.Sandwiches:
Co-op All Day Breakfast
Co-op BLT
Co-op Cheese & OnionCheese Ploughmans
Chicken & Bacon
Chicken Mayo
Chicken Salad
Coronation Chicken
Egg & Bacon
Egg & Cress
Ham & Cheese
Mexican Chipotle Cheese
Salmon & Cream
Southern Fried Chicken
Tuna & Cucumber
Chicken & Stuffing
Chicken & Sweetcorn
Chimichurri Chicken
New York Deli Grab
Vegan Onion Bhaji Wrap
Falafel & Homous Wrap
Bacon Ceasar Wrap
Salads:
Chicken & Bacon
Feta & Red Pepper
Peri Peri Chicken
Falafel Tabbouleh
Prawn Layered
Tomato & Chicken
Sides and snacks:
Apples & Grapes 100g
Melon & Grape 110g
Pineapple 110g
Fish Veg Combo Sushi
Salmon & Prawn Sushi
Fish Taster Pack Sushi
Veg Taster Sushi
Cathedral City Dip & Go
Dairylea Dunkers 47g
Rumblers Chocolate Yoghurt Pot
Rumblers Strawberry Yoghurt Pot
Drinks:
Tropicana Orange Smooth 300ml
Tropicana Original Orange 300ml

Chris Brown from Superdrug said: “We are delighted to be introducing Co-op food-to-go in some of our travel branches.
“We know our customers will appreciate the range available, and the fact it offers a great value choice for busy commuters and travellers.”
And Matt Hood, trading director of Co-op Food, said: “We are continually exploring new ways to bring our award-winning products closer to shoppers and to reach new customers.
“Becoming food-to-go partner for Superdrug is an exciting development as Co-op continues to grow its brand, further increasing the accessibility of own-brand products.
“These transport hubs provide an exciting and dynamic location to meet the shopping needs of busy consumers and offer our value and values conveniently.”
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