This means customers can pick up a free miniature collectable when they spend £20 or more in the M&S food hall.
The promotion was huge hit last year, with shoppers rushing to do their food shopping and collect the miniatures.
This year, the posh supermarket has made 25 more iconic products into cute minis, giving customers and little ones a chance to build their very own M&S Little Shops.
And M&S has also listened to feedback from 2019 to make its collectables more sustainable than before.
More toys have been crafted using sustainable paper and card and used recycled old washing machines, fridges and drinking bottles to make the rest.
Each mini M&S icon comes with a collector’s card featuring a joke and facts about the toy.
The collection includes a number of fan favourites, such as M&S Guacamole, Gastropub Triple Cooked Chips, Select Farms Pink Lady Apples and many more.
Customers can also find non-food items including flowers, an M&S Café cup, and an M&S Bank piggy bank.
There’s even a range of mini accessories available in stores. This includes a mini metal shopping basket and a mini shopping trolley (£3 each), as well as a collectors’ album (£3) for safely storing the collectables.
This year’s rare collectable is a Golden Colin the Caterpillar – with only 1000 in circulation. Will you be lucky enough to get your hands on one?
To find your nearest M&S, use the online store finder tool here.
Marks and Spencer has just launched a low-calorie food box of ready meals for £30.
Priced at £30, the box contains eight delicious meals and they’re all under 400 calories.