Iceland shoppers say new £1.89 product 'tastes exactly like Chinese takeaway'

Iceland shoppers say new £1.89 product 'tastes exactly like Chinese takeaway'

What's better than a tasty takeaway meal we hear you ask?
Well, a takeaway dupe that you can make any time you fancy, that's what - and Iceland has come up trumps with their latest snack friendly product that tastes just like the real deal.
Perfect for banging in the oven whenever you fancy a drool worthy bite to eat, Iceland's amazing Takeaway Salt & Pepper Chips are new to the supermarket's shelves, and have already got everyone talking. Iceland recently released a new Takeaway range - and one item in particular caught the eye of savvy shoppers. Facebook page NewfoodsUK shared a photo of Iceland’s new Takeaway Salt & Pepper Chips, and it started a frenzy among food fans eager to try the new dish. The post has attracted more than a thousand comments from fans who have been quick to share their opinions on the chips, which are priced at a very reasonable £1.89.
Among the messages, customers claimed they were excited to get their hands on the chips and were tagging friends and family asking them to pick them some up on their next Iceland trip. One shopper wrote: “I’m getting them” and a second said: “perfect for my Chinese fakeaway night ”. A third added: “Iceland all the way. They’re banging some right stuff out lol”. A fourth tagged a friend and said: “We need these in our lives lol”. Another wrote: “Told ya we need to go Iceland”. A sixth said: “They look so nice!!!”. Others said they taste 'just like' Chinese takeaway chips. Iceland’s Takeaway Salt & Pepper Chips are priced at £1.89 and are available to buy on the Iceland website now.
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