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.
"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
“Covid-19 has had a huge impact, whether you’re a small or large business the disruption and knock on effects will be felt for years. We’re delighted to support Invisible Chips and will be stocking them in all our UK BrewDog bars and Draft House locations for the foreseeable future.”
James Brown, Retail Director,
"Sopwell House is delighted to be taking part in the Invisible Chips campaign. It is essential that we come together in these uncertain and trying times to support those in the hospitality industry that have been most affected by the pandemic."
David Petitt, Head of Marketing,
“Invisible Chips have been a great talking point for customers and staff. As confidence in returning to restaurants builds it’s been terrific to have something light-hearted on the menu for a cause close to our hearts. In these uncertain times buying nothing really does change everything.”
Huw Gott, Co-founder,
"We are proud to support Hospitality Action’s Invisible Chips campaign and do our bit by adding them to menus across all of our Coaching Inn sites. We encourage others to do the same so we can all give our customers the opportunity to support our industry and the people who run the places they love."
Kevin Charity, CEO,
The Coaching Inn Group
"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
"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.
“No industry has been so severely impacted by the onset of Covid-19 than hospitality. By becoming an Invisible Chips stockist we’re doing our bit to protect the livelihoods of thousands of UK hospitality workers. After all, steak and chips are the perfect pairing, even if the chips are invisible!”
Martin Williams, CEO,
Gaucho and M Restaurants
"The concept is fantastic and we know first-hand the strain that is on the hospitality sector, so any way we can support we are in."
George Holding, Landlord,