Rachel Jones, London convenience director, Tesco, spoke of the “festive spirit” and a desire to provide “a lift” to customers in a bid to help them survive the day with free drinks such as a Virgin Bloody Mary and The Kickstarter.Offering recipe cards for various breakfast was another move “designed to bring a smile back to customers’ faces”, according to the supermarket.
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- The Comforter: Two thick slices of wholemeal or rye bread filled with crispy bacon, a fried egg, fresh spinach, beef tomato, and avocado slices.
- The Peanut Better: Wholemeal flour tortilla spread with peanut butter, a layer of mashed bananas, dark chocolate and marshmallows and sprinkled with cinnamon and a little brown sugar.
- The Lifesaver: Juice made up of chilled tomato juice, tobasco, Worcester sauce, celery salt, lemon juice and ice to serve.
- The Kickstarter: Smoothie blended with honeydew melon, pineapple chunks, celery stalks, roughly chopped ginger and spinach.
When asked by one enthusiastic shopper where the locations are, Tesco replied: “London for now. But if popular you never know where next!”
@arlett1969 London for now. But if popular you never know where next!— Tesco News (@TescoMedia) December 11, 2015
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