Slimming World’s Syn Free chips return to Iceland’s shelves after HUGE demand

Being on a diet used to mean having to cut out our favourite foods such as pasta, cheese and chips.

But not anymore as Iceland has brought back its Slimming World Syn Free chips after a huge demand.

The Slimming World chips will be returning to the supermarket’s shelves tomorrow (Wednesday 31 July) as a permanent part of their exclusive Slimming World range.

The Syn Free chips will cost £2.25 per 1kg bag and are said to contain half the calories of McCain’s chips.

Iceland are bringing back the chips after they were sold out in January.

Ever since, Slimming World fans have been pleading for the chips to be brought back.

“Where have these disappeared to?” one slimmer said in reply to a tweet about the chips.


“Just to say slimming world chunky chips from Iceland are amazing,” a second said.

“I wonder when Iceland are gunna bring back SlimmingWorld chips,” another Slimming World fan pleaded.

“Are Iceland going to start selling Slimming World Chips again?” a fourth asked.



The chips are part of Iceland’s Slimming World range which also includes Syn Free lasagne, chicken tikka masala and beef quarter pounders.

The chips are available to buy online now and will be stocked for you to grab in stores tomorrow.

This is the best news since Cadbury released a Dairy Milk with 30% less sugar

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