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National Fish & Chip Awards are Back! Enter here.

The Search is on as the new National Fish and Chip Awards Open for Entries

The time is finally here after a couple of years without these prestigious awards taking place and the NFFF are proud to announce the opening of the National Fish and Chip Awards 2023.

NFFF President Andrew Crook said “We are delighted to be bringing the awards back as they are so important as the main driver of standards in our industry.  They are also a fantastic opportunity to highlight key issues that affect our businesses, it is also a great place for operators and suppliers to meet and where many friendships are formed.”

We have mixed it up a little this year removing the regional winners and also introducing a public vote.  We have introduced two new categories Environment and Sustainability Awards and Supplier of the Year.  There may also be a few surprises along the way.

The Other categories are:

  • Takeaway of the Year
  • Restaurant of the Year
  • Field to Frier
  • Multiple Operator Awards
  • Staff Training and Development
  • Mobile Operator
  • Quality Accreditation Champion.
  • Best Newcomer

The entry and judging processes have been updated to encourage as many entries as possible.

You can enter using the link from the bespoke awards website theFishandChipAwards.com.

“We hope as many people get involved as possible as the awards have always been a great opportunity to showcase what a fantastic and resilient industry we are, so get those entries in, there are plenty of categories and you have to be in it to win it! “ said Andrew

NFFF

The National Federation of Fish Friers was founded in 1913 and run by fish Friers for fish Friers.

They represent the 10,500 fish and chip businesses in the UK

2.5 million people are employed directly in the hospitality sector and that increases to 9 million when you factor in suppliers and manufacturing.

The Awards ceremony will take place on the 28 February 2023 at the Park Plaza Westminster Bridge

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