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Wednesday 16th October 2019

Iceland is exclusively selling a Frozen II range of food from today

Based on the hit film

In a marriage seemingly made in frozen-food heaven, supermarket chain Iceland has announced that it will be selling a new range of products based on Disney's soon-to-be-released follow-up to smash-hit animated film, Frozen.

With a new Frozen II film released on November 22, Iceland's range goes on-sale today (11.10.19).

Who's ready for some Olaf-shaped potato treats? (Credit: Iceland)

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With prices starting at just £1, the range includes everything from Olaf-shaped potato shapes to Frozen-themed lollies.

Breaded chicken pieces are also part of the range (Credit: Iceland)

The full range includes plenty of savoury options.

Olaf Potato Shapes (£1 per 500g bag), Frozen II French Fries (£1 per 1kg bag), Enchanting Breaded Chicken Shapes (£2 per 1kg bag) and Olaf Shaped Noses (£1 per 500g bag of Chantenay carrots) are all on-sale.

Sweet treats are also part of the range (Credit: Iceland)

For those with a sweet tooth, there are Olaf Lollies (£1.50 per pack of six), Icicle Lollies (£1.50 per pack of five) and Swirl Lollies (£1.50 per pack of six).

The range is exclusive to Iceland, who also announced that it will be selling Frozen-themed Warburtons bread from next week (October 16).

Iceland is launching a Christmas pie (Credit: Iceland)

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Elsewhere, Iceland has unveiled a new, festive-themed pie.

With just three months until Christmas, Iceland has revealed that the pie will be filled with an entire Christmas dinner.

The meal includes all the essentials: turkey, a pig in blanket, sprouts, cranberries, peas, carrots, stuffing, bacon and onions.

According to Iceland, the pie serves one person and will be available in stores on November 18.

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