Until 24 December shoppers can pay a visit to the store to have their name, or a loved one’s name, featured on a 250g jar.
Consumers are able to opt for a ‘naughty’ or ‘nice’ label to accompany the name, and both options are complete with illustrations that reference the aforementioned terms.
Staff are on hand to process customer orders and create the bespoke labels via a laptop. They are then carefully placed onto the jars.
Situated within an old Whistles store, the pop-up is easily identifiable to passers-by. Marmite jars of varying sizes are visible through its glass windows, and Christmas decorations hang from its roof.
Those who can’t make it down to the store before Christmas can place their order via the Marmite Facebook page.
Last week saw Kelloggs offer Brits the chance to receive a personalised cereal box, in a move designed to promote the arrival of the brand's Christmas cereal packs.
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