The National Federation of Fish Friers (NFFF) is the official body that represents the fish and chip industry, protects the interests of fish friers and their businesses, and promotes the fish and chip brand.
Our organisation is run by fish friers, for fish friers - and to our members, we're the 5th emergency service!
Established in 1913 by individual fish and chip shop owners who united and, working together as a team, they ensured their voices were heard, by suppliers, by government and by the regulators.
Today, the NFFF continues to be the voice of the fish frier, dealing with government departments and collaborating with other organisations to help shape the legislation that directly affects fish and chip businesses, and as a communication hub, liaising with local, national and international media organisations, addressing and deflecting adverse issues and promoting the positive – protecting the fish and chip brand.
'Eat Out To Help Out hasn’t damaged our business' says Just Eat Takeaway.com boss
Article Date: 2020-08-13
Just Eat Takeaway.com boss has said Eat Out To Help Out hasn’t damaged the business, despite takeaways being excluded from the government scheme.
Chief executive Jitse Groen said during a press call: “Food delivery is rarely in direct competition with restaurant visits – and that doesn’t change under these circumstances. Restaurants have limited capacity because they can only seat a certain number of people. We don’t believe there will be a material impact on our figures.”
Hospitality sector must commit to customer tracing schemes
Article Date: 2020-08-13
UKHospitality has today reiterated the importance of hospitality businesses to play their part in supporting the test and trace schemes across the UK.
The trade association’s recent member survey results showed that the vast majority of businesses (more than 9 out of ten) are taking appropriate measures to record customer visits but recent reports of venues flouting the requirements have prompted the trade body to remind operators of the crucial need to do so. UKH says that businesses must present a united front in showing team members, customers and Government that it is committed to providing safe spaces and supporting efforts to fight COVID-19.
More than one-third of consumers intend to try Eat Out To Help Out as hospitality venues see positive signs of recovery
Article Date: 2020-08-11
More than one-third (34%) of consumers intend to take advantage of the government’s Eat Out To Help Out scheme, according to the latest Barclaycard report.
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