Kingfisher reconnects with the good people of Plymouth
Article Date: 2014-06-12
On 10th June, the winners of the 2014 Plymouth Food Awards were revealed, and the NFFF is pleased to announce Kingfisher Fish & Chips bagged a top award.
The Reconnect Award is sponsored by The National Marine Aquarium and is for businesses that deliver excellence in sustainability and provenance if its food – particularly seafood – and how this information is communicated to the people of Plymouth.
The award was in two stages. Stage one was public voting, and stage two was a panel of senior representatives within the Plymouth Food Event looking at excellence in sustainability and how the business relays this information to the people of Plymouth.
The awards were part of the first ever Big Food Debate at the National Marine Aquarium, Plymouth, an event organised by "Food is Fun” and Food Plymouth, a city-wide partnership co-ordinated by the Soil Association.
The awards were created to celebrate some of the extraordinary efforts, skills and achievements of those who are bringing delicious healthy and sustainable food to people in Plymouth.
Left to right: Nikki Mutton (Kingfisher), Paul Cox (National Marine Aquarium), Craig Maw (Kingfisher)