To our members
we are the fifth
FISH AND CHIPS:
Founded by Fish
Friers for Fish
Friers in 1913
MEET THE NEEDS
OF ALL FRIERS
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.
Are vegetarian “burgers” confusing consumers? Lords Committee to hear evidence
Article Date: 2019-06-14
On Wednesday 19 June, the House of Lords EU Energy and Environment Sub-Committee will ask experts whether a proposal from the European Parliament to ban the use of words like ‘sausage’ and ‘burger’ to describe foods that don’t contain meat is in the interests of consumers.
In early April, the European Parliament’s Committee on Agriculture and Rural Development agreed to seek to restrict the use of descriptions like “sausage”, “burger” and “steak” to apply only to products containing meat and not to vegetarian alternatives.
The Committee intends to hold a roundtable to discuss the proposal with a range of relevant stakeholders.
Classic British cuisine ranked by Britons!
Article Date: 2019-06-13
YouGov polls the public on 50 traditional British dishes such as Yorkshire puddings, fish and chips and cottage pie.
British food is stereotypically held in low regard by other countries, but a recent YouGov survey found that 91% of Britons enjoy their own national cuisine. Now, new YouGov Realtime research delves deeper into that statistic and reveals the popularity of 50 classic British foods.
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