Greggs and Waitrose will battle it out to see who will be next to provide BA with a selection of salads, sandwiches, and snacks after sources dismissed rumours of the airline returning to free meals on short-haul flights, which they stopped in 2016 when their deal with M&S was announced.
Yesterday BA said: “We’re off on a new flight path.
“We look forward to announcing our exciting new buy-on-board proposition with a great British brand that customers have told us they love.”
A spokesman for M&S highlighted their appreciation for their time working with BA: “We are proud to have been a supplier to BA’s short-haul food service since 2017.
“Our partnership was always due to end this year and we have agreed not to renew. M&S Food continues to focus on developing its wider franchise partnerships.”
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