Iceland shoppers go crazy for Tyson Fury's £1 ice lolly range and parents say they’re as good as Prime | The Sun

JUST as the Prime phenomenon has started to die down, a new it-product has taken over that parents are busy stocking up on. 

Step forward boxing champ Tyson Fury’s range in Iceland – specifically the Furocity flavoured Energy Ice Sticks. 

The popular product, which cost just £1, comes in a variety of different flavours from cherry to sour apple.  

Due to their low price tag and celebrity founder, they’ve been flying off of the shelves, and parents have flocked to tell each other about them. 

One mum took to Facebook’s Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group to tell others about her find. 

She posted a picture of the ice pops in the supermarket that specialises in frozen food.

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Alongside her snap, she wrote: “Tyson Fury’s ice lollies in Iceland £1.”

As other mums and dads liked the post, some asked for more information about the 34-year-old sportsman’s product. 

Others also predicted that the Furocity pops were likely to become as big as the Prime drinks, co-founded by KSI, which started selling for upwards of £10 each per bottle due to the demand. 

One person wrote: “These will be the next craze the kids want.”

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Another added: “Wonder if these are going to hit £10 each lol…”

A third said: “Yessss, not bad a quid.”

While a fourth said her son’s “face lit up” when he heard about Tyson’s snack. 

However, other social media users were quick to point out that the energy drinks shouldn’t be given to young children under the age of 16.

One person warned: “Everyone on about getting these for their kids – that’s like 4 cans of coke or a couple of coffees in one of them.”

Another person added: “I went to Iceland last week and thought my son would love these sour apple lollies with Tyson on.

“Went to the counter and mentioned to the checkout lady that my son will love these!

“She went all serious and said, ‘What, they aren’t for you?’

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“I laughed and said ‘no, I wouldn’t want them!’ She then said, ‘I have to take them off you.’

“Never realised they were like the caffeine drinks – glad she did.”

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