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.
Put your pies on parade at 2020 British Pie Awards - The British Pie Awards are officially open for entry!
Article Date: 2020-02-11
Calling all pie makers across the UK – the 2020 British Pie Awards are now open for entry! The world-famous Awards will be held on Friday 6th March 2020 in Britain’s pork pie capital, Melton Mowbray, with judging taking place on Wednesday 4th March.
This year marks the 12th anniversary of the hotly contested competition. 2019 was aptly dubbed 'The Year of the Vegan’ when, for the first time in the Award’s history, a vegan pie was crowned Supreme Champion. The winning pie was deemed the upper crust out of a whopping 884 pies, entered by 176 talented bakers, butchers and chefs.
Fish Box pledges its support to the Marine Conservation Society
Article Date: 2020-02-10
Fish Box, the express style fish and chip restaurant and takeaway with businesses in Whitby and Robin Hood’s Bay, has pledged its support to the UK’s leading marine charity, the Marine Conservation Society (MCS), in 2020.
MCS works to support and protect the UK’s seas, shores and wildlife, leading political, cultural and social change for healthy seas and coasts that support abundant marine wildlife, sustainable livelihoods and enjoyment for all. The charity recently launched a regional campaign which encourages businesses throughout Yorkshire to take both the ‘Single-Use Plastic Reduction Pledge’ and the ‘Sustainable Fish Cities Pledge’.
National Treasurer and Regional Director to step down
Article Date: 2020-02-10
Due to new ventures, Alan Hanna, NFFF National Treasurer and Regional Director for Northern Ireland has taken the decision to stand down from these positions.
Alan has been a member of the NFFF for many years, joining the Board in 2011 as Regional Director for Northern Ireland, he took the additional title of National Treasurer in 2017.
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