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According to the National Federation of Fish Friers, in 1999 Brits ate nearly 300m servings of fish and chips that year.
JOHN PENALUNA NATIONAL FEDERATION OF FISH FRIERS WALES MANY children stock up every morning on chocolate bars and snacks from newsagents and other shops on their way to school.
Andrew Berry Welton, Lincoln ACCORDING to John McNeill from the National Federation of Fish Friers, we have had a disastrous potato harvest, causing the price of a bag of chips to rise from PS1.
There were 30,000 fish and chip shops in 1930, compared to between 8,500 and 10,000 today," says Andrew Crook, treasurer of The National Federation of Fish Friers.
Gregg Howard, president of the National Federation of Fish Friers, insisted: "Cod prices have been relatively low this year and fish and chips remains great value.
The National Federation of Fish Friers (NFFF), the trade body that represents the nation's fish and chip shops, runs the scheme as a way of raising standards within the fish and chip trade.
Named "Pub with Rooms of the Year" at The Scottish Hotel Awards 2011, The Inn at Inverbeg has also just received the fish and chip quality award from the National Federation of Fish Friers, ensuring you will experience fantastic food and a warm atmosphere.
The National Federation of Fish Friers - the trade body representing the nation's fish and chip shops - runs the award to raise standards in the trade.