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Morrisons is to open 320 cafes in England this Saturday with more competitive prices and social distancing measures to keep customers safe.

The supermarket chain is protecting customers by investing in 11,000 freestanding perspex screens so customers can eat in neighbouring booths safely, as well as employing hosts in each cafe to take customers to tables that will either be protected by the screens or distant from other customers.

Prices of favourites such as Fish & Chips and the Big Breakfast will be reduced to encourage customers to visit the newly-opened Morrisons cafes.

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A new menu includes traditional favourites at reduced prices. Fish & Chips will be reduced from £5.60 to £4.95. Morrisons’ renowned Big Breakfast will now include a free cup of Yorkshire Tea.

For the first time, there will be a takeaway bacon or sausage sandwich & hot drink deal for just £1.95 and all tea sold in the Morrisons cafe will be Yorkshire Tea from Taylors of Harrogate.

Ali Lyons, Head of Cafe at Morrisons, said:

“We intend to play our full part in feeding the nation and so our cafes will be safe and better value-for-money at this challenging time for customers. We look forward to serving them again from this Saturday.”

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More stodge from morrisons.


Eating out unless you have to is putting you at risk, as at home you know your washing, and doing the right thing, but some low paid worker is unlikely to care as much as you do.
Best imo to buy food and prepare it yourself.

Don't tell him pike.

I won’t be eating or drinking anywhere while we are herded like cattle and put in a plastic box .It’s ridiculous.

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