|Locations:||up to 8|
|Associated names:||Thorntons, T2|
|Successors:||M&S Simply Food, WHSmith|
Scoop was a small, corner-shop styled, self-branded convenience store established by Granada and handed down to Moto. At the time, Granada were creating large, new retail areas, and Scoop appears to have been their attempt to mimic the big retail names while still having full control over the stock.
Scoop would be found within a block of retail units, and was eventually phased out, with the final one being removed from Cherwell Valley in 2009. It was being replaced by M&S Simply Food (which is much bigger than a typical convenience store) and WHSmith.
Scoop used to operate at: