Morrisons invests £16m into reopened cafés

Morrisons has spent £16 million redecorating and improving Covid-19 safety measures in its cafés, ahead of their reopening on Monday.

The Big 4 grocer has unveiled a new app which means customers can order and pay without leaving their seats, and placed screens around the tables.

Around four in 10 cafés will have new outdoor seating.

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Morrisons also claimed that the meals are now “refreshed and healthier”, with a separate vegetarian and vegan menu.

“We’ve put a lot of effort and investment into welcoming our customers back in a safe environment,” Morrisons head of cafés Ali Lyons said.

“We are so excited for them to try our brand new menu which is made from Morrisons products and then freshly prepared by our café colleagues.

“Our new “Order and Pay” app will also make it easier for customers to order directly from their booth and have the food delivered straight to their table.”

The news comes after Morrisons revealed that its Covid-19 precautions over the first quarter had cost £27 million.

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