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.
“Invisible chips are incredibly easy, and fun, for everyone to support those who are in need, and the least we can do is spread the word. And, perhaps, by raising awareness of this campaign, we can bring a bit of joy to someone’s day.”
Kristian Roberts, Marketing Manager,
“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
"Invisible Chips are the easiest dish our chefs have ever had to cook! The newest addition to our menu is putting a smile on our guests’ faces – and providing much-needed support to hospitality workers impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. We’re delighted to be supporting such an important cause at more than 50 of our restaurants and bars across the UK."
Emma Banks, Vice President, F&B Strategy & Development EMEA,
“Invisible Chips were very simple to set up internally and we now have them proudly displayed on our Distillery Bar’s menu. We’ve been receiving great feedback from our guests, with children excited to receive their Invisible Chips to the table.”
James B. Clarke, General Manager,
Hilton London Bankside
"Earlier in the year, HA, who help people in hospitality whose livelihoods have been impacted by Covid 19, launched their nationwide Invisible Chips campaign. It is an initiative that encourages drinkers and diners to show their support by allowing them to ‘chip in’ the cost of a side dish of chips to help people in hospitality whose livelihoods are disappearing. We have teamed up with HA to donate Invisible Christmas Dinners to those working in the trade. The money from every Invisible Christmas Dinner donated by Sky Business goes directly to Hospitality Action, to continue their work to help support members of the hospitality industry who need it most.”
Simon Raggett, Managing Director, Sky Business
"The COVID situation has been brutal on our industry. I remember starting out as a chef and people used to say, well at least you will have a job for life, we will always need chefs. COVID has wiped that out and so many people and businesses are struggling. I think we all need to do our bit to keep this amazing industry alive."
Paul Johnson, Chef-Owner,
The Ship Inn Wylam
"We’re thrilled to be a part of Invisible Chips! Now more than ever we need to give back and support hospitality and this campaign is a brilliant and fun way to engage our guests to do the same."
Marketing Communications Manager
Andaz London Liverpool Street
“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
"Seeing how the hospitality industry has continued to focus on its hard wired DNA to care for and look after others no matter what, has been inspiring and humbling. Now with Invisible Chips we can offer the public an easy and fun way of showing their thanks and support for an incredible sector when the chips are down."
Mark Cribb, Founder & MD,