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Passport, travel money… and Marmite

UntitledPacking for your summer holidays? Don’t forget the Marmite! Yes the much-loved spread is now available in a travel-sized jar, ideal for hand luggage.

With news that half of Brits take tea bags on holiday with them, this seems like the natural next step.

According to the Daily Express 48 per cent of Brits refuse to leave home without it.

We’re a nation so obsessed with tea that we can’t stand the idea of drinking anything else in the morning, even for a week or two.

Marmite is the second most popular item on the British must-pack list, with 14 per cent ensuring that it’s in the luggage for a love-it-or-hate-it snack while abroad. 

The tiny hand baggage-friendly jar was created following the discovery that Marmite was the no.1 confiscated branded food item at London City Airport. Fresh research has shown that Marmite is the second most popular item on the British holiday packing list (second only to teabags)!1 With the 70g jar, Marmite lovers can travel freely with the savoury spread so they will never have to be without their favourite breakfast toast topper.

It isn’t just holiday-goers who benefit as the 70g jar is small enough to carry in a lunchbox, picnic hamper and even a handbag, so Marmite fans will never have to go without their yeasty fix.

The £1 jar is available to buy from Poundworld, 99p Stores, Boots airport stores, Co-Op and Caledonian Foods across the UK.

Claire Trevis from lowcostholidays said: “It’s clear that it’s not just us Brits who like to pack their most important comforts so that they still feel ‘at home’ whilst abroad but something that holiday makers from all around the globe like to do.”

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