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Waitrose has been granted the Royal Warrant of Appointment to be Grocers and Wine & Spirit Merchants to His Majesty King Charles III.

It is the only Royal Warrant granted to a supermarket and among the first Warrants to be awarded by His Majesty. The Warrant is given as a mark of recognition to companies who have regularly supplied the Royal Household for a period of at least five years.

James Bailey, Executive Director of Waitrose, said: “We are honoured and proud that His Majesty has granted us his Warrant. It means the world to all of us, and our farmers and suppliers. There couldn’t be a more powerful symbol of our commitment to service and quality, and our determination to have the highest environmental and animal welfare standards.”

Committed to delivering excellent service to the communities which we serve, Waitrose also strives to deliver the highest environmental and animal welfare standards, as well as treating the farmers and suppliers we work with fairly.

The awarding of The King’s Warrant follows that granted by Her late Majesty The Queen in 2002 and by The then Prince of Wales in 2010.

Waitrose was first granted a Royal Warrant in 1928 for supplying King George V with groceries and cleaning materials.

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