Iceland's £2 Carolina Reaper Curry is packed with the mind-blowing Carolina Reaper chilli - the Guinness World Record holder for the world's hottest chilli pepper. The fiery ready-meal is part of a new range of extra spicy dishes from the British retailer. Six Femail reporters (pictured) put the meal to the test. So, how did they fare?
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How to eat fast food and NOT ruin your diet: The calorie saints and sinners from Nando's, KFC, McDonald's and Burger King revealed
Personal trainer Graeme Tomlinson, 31, from Aberdeen, who is known online as The Fitness Chef, reveals the not-so-naughty dishes on the Nando's menu, saying that ditching fries and opting for a quarter chicken leg, or butterfly chicken, which are just 256 and 352 calories respectively, can ensure a guilt-free visit to the chicken chain. (Pictured: Top row, Nando's least calorific options. Bottom row: high-calorie dishes)
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The 'healthy' crisps that pile on the pounds: Snacks marketed as 'good for you' have MORE fat and calories than traditional packets
The biggest selling flavour for Walkers remains Cheese and Onion, and their standard 25g pack of the snack contains 124 calories and 6.7 grams of fat. However, when you compare the traditional favourite with brands that are deemed 'lighter' or 'healthier', the stats don't always add up (Pictured: 'healthier' crisp brands including, clockwise from top left: Hippeas, Emily veg crisps, Popchips, Eat Real Lentil chips, Sunbites and Tyrell's crisps)
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The dirtiest places to dine in Britain: Study reveals the postcodes with the worst food hygiene ratings - so where should you avoid eating out?
Claims Direct gathered data on over 450,000 food businesses from across the UK to highlight the average hygiene rating in each postcode area. And it's bad news for Londoners, as the nine postcodes with the worst food hygiene ratings are in the capital, with Southall in the west of the city having the worst average of the whole country, just 3.89 stars out of five. Pictured: The worst hygiene postcodes including Uxbridge, Harrow, north west London, east London, west central London, north London, west London, Croydon, Ilford and Wigan.