Marks & Spencer’s unveils Goodmove Spring 2022 Activewear Range and Plant-based Foods Selection

Goodmove range to offer contemporary styling with vibrant in-house designed prints, sustainable fabrications and innovative technology to help make the most of workouts

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Leading retailer Marks & Spencer has unveiled a new activewear collection, the Goodmove Spring 2022 that features innovative sportswear and athleisure across Womenswear, Lingerie, Menswear and Kids.


The energetic and uplifting collection spans everything from outerwear for those on the go, stylish co-ords, matching 'mini me' leggings and performance wear for those looking to enhance their workout moves.

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The collection spans from outerwear for those on the go, matching ‘mini me’ leggings and performance wear for those looking to enhance their workouts.


Customer insights from the M&S Family Matters Index revealed that two-thirds of participants committed to doing more activities together as a family post-pandemic.

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63% of those surveyed mentioned that they will be committed to doing more exercise, where health and fitness emerged as the most dominant themes, with a greater focus on ‘self’ and ‘wellbeing’ - a theme which historically gains traction at the start of the year, but is even more pertinent now.

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Using these insights, the Goodmove range continues to offer contemporary styling with vibrant in-house designed prints, sustainable fabrications and innovative technology to help you make the most of your workouts.


You’ll find the bestselling ‘Go Move’ legging (S$65.90) reissued in a statement print for ladies, the Goodmove Mesh Leggings (S$37.9) made from recycled fabric for kids and the Slim Fit Quick Dry Training T-shirt for men that comes with moisture-wicking and antibacterial finishes that will keep you fresh during your workouts!

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Eating Healthy to 'Make Abs in the Kitchen'


Marks & Spencer has also unveiled a vibrant vegan selection from their Plant Kitchen range, encouraging customers to invite more nutrient-rich ingredients into their lives along with their new activewear range, the Goodmove Spring 2022 in the spirit of encouraging customers to get moving and keep fit.


To kick off the year on the right note, M&S revealed their extensive Plant Kitchen for customers who are looking to eat healthy and "make abs in the kitchen", providing heaps of inspiration to help customers discover ready-made plant-based meals in 2022.

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The wide selection includes the delectable Plant Kitchen Green Thai Curry & Rice (S$12.90) made of sweet potatoes, edamame soybeans and broccoli in a coconut, ginger and lime curry, served with fragrant jasmine rice and the mouth-watering Plant Kitchen 3 Cheese Stonebaked Pizza (S$14.90) topped with tomato sauce with a blend of coconut oil-based vegan mature cheese and not’zarella.


Many of us know that eating less meat is better for our health and the planet, and with a little help from M&S' game-changing Plant Kitchen range, there is heaps of inspiration to help customers discover ready-made plant-based meals in 2022.

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Many of Marks and Spencer's vegan products have been stamped the seal of approval from the iconic Eat Well sunflower, signifying that the items meet the evidence-based criteria in line with healthy-eating guidelines, accredited by the in-house nutritionists.


Marks & Spencer has also teamed up with leading organisation Meat Free Monday to encourage customers and their families to go plant-based for one day a week.


The new Plant Kitchen’s launch will certainly help the cause; from Friday-night treats, cooking dinner from scratch, or grabbing lunch on the go, M&S is making it easier for customers and their families to incorporate more plant-based foods into their diet without compromising on taste.


The retailer is also on a mission to prove that eating healthy can be delightfully simple on a flexitarian diet, not only with the help of Plant Kitchen but also through influencing customers to increase the amount of colourful and nutrient-rich ingredients on their plates, which includes fresh and frozen fruit and vegetables.


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