The boxes include must-have items like loo roll, pasta, rice, tea and coffee.
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There are two boxes – a vegetarian one (£30) and one with meat and fish (£35) – and you can order them online at MarksandSpencer.com.
Although, it appears the vegetarian one is currently out of stock but shoppers should keep checking back.
Delivery costs £3.99, so remember to factor this in when you're working out if the box is good value or not.
The boxes also contain treats such as large chocolate buttons and Percy Pigs.
Priority is being given to over 70s with a Sparks card so that M&S can identify their age.
But they are available to order online and currently in stock, although limited to one box per customers.
It follows the success of a similar box launched by Morrisons last week that sold out within minutes of going online.
Morrisons is adding new stock and delivery slots on a regular basis.
M&S has been forced to close shops that doesn't sell food, as they are not deemed essential by the government.
Supermarkets have been overwhelmed by shoppers stocking up due to the coronavirus crisis.
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