The highly visible people who tell the Invisible Chips story to the nation.
Tom’s a force of nature and, just like Invisible Chips, hugely popular.
He’s always ready to support us at Hospitality Action. We love the passion and commitment he shows to our industry and we are so delighted he’s agreed to give us a hand (and flowers) in bringing Invisible Chips to life.
When the inventor of the Triple-Cooked Chip, says he will conjure up a Triple-Cooked Invisible variety, then you know you are on to a winner.
We couldn’t have asked for a finer chef to be the first to let us into his kitchen and show us just how the magic happens.
And to be clear, zero fat ducks were harmed in the making of these wonderful Invisible Chips.
Our much-loved Maître d’ was the perfect choice to introduce the world to Invisible Chips.
Who doesn’t love chips and who doesn’t love Fred?
He puts the Oh La La in to everything he does and that was exactly what we needed to launch Invisible Chips to help us support the hospitality industry, one portion at a time.
From haute cuisine to the high street the Invisible Chips movement is growing.
"My Millionaire Invisible Chips might just be the easiest dish we have on the menu - no need for freezer space, prep time or adding to the food cost and every penny raised helps the people who work in your favourite restaurants, pubs, cafés and hotels at the time they need it the most. Chip in and help make a difference.”
Adam Handling, Chef Owner,
Adam Handling Restaurant Group
"Every single hospitality venue across the UK has been impacted by C-19. Here at Iconic we’ve picked ourselves up and dusted ourselves down and we’re overjoyed to serve our guests again. Not everyone has been as fortunate and that’s why we’ve added Invisible Chips to our menus to give our loyal guests the opportunity to get involved too."
Andrew Stembridge, Executive Director,
Iconic Luxury Hotels
"We are proud to support Hospitality Action by offering ‘Invisible Chips’ on our menu at Sam’s Club House, allowing our diners to make a donation to help hospitality families in financial crisis. We are delighted to be able to play a part in making a difference to our industry which has been hit hard by the pandemic."
Ed Richardson, Hotel Manager,
The Belfry Hotel & Resort
“I had them on my online shop in 2 minutes and had my first sale 10 minutes later. I’ve sold them at street food pop ups and 8 private clients ordered 8 portions. Invisible Chips is so easy to get involved with, do it!”
Adrian Oliver, Founder,
Cornish Field Kitchen
"We know how hard people in our industry work and how hard the hospitality sector has been hit in 2020. We have an amazing team who want to give back to those in our industry who've been severely affected by COVID-19. So, we're really pleased to say that we are becoming stockists of Invisible Chips - and Invisible Toast (for our brunch and breakfast lovers)."
Ted Robinson, Creative Director
"It’s never been more important to The Good Eating Company to support our industry and the people within it, hopefully with ‘Invisible Chips’ we’re able to contribute to Hospitality Action and the great work they do!"
Kate Neilson, Training & Development Manager,
The Good Eating Company
"Our lovely customers were asking what they could do to help our sector, one of the worst hit by the pandemic. We wanted to make a difference and when we heard about Invisible Chips we decided to get involved. We are so proud to be on board and can’t wait to stock some invisible chips. The invisible potatoes arrive Thursday!"
Daniel Derrington, Chef Patron,
The Town House
"Serving Invisible Chips through our online store is a great way to support an industry we care so much about. We're proud to be giving our customers such a delicious way to support Hospitality Action and will be encouraging our customers to get stuck in."
Rhian Brown, Brand Marketing Executive,
Big Drop Brewing Co.
"We really want to support the hospitality industry during these especially difficult times for some of our colleagues in the trade. We are very fortunate here at No.15, we have great supportive owners who are keen to give back, and it’s important to help others where we can, as we’re well aware it’s not the same for everyone."
Guillaume Lesage, General Manager,
No.15 Great Pulteney