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Why YOU should be a member!

http://www.federationoffishfriers.co.uk/userdata/files//burton_road_ln1_3lw.jpg?time=1460732022Not only does the NFFF offer direct support and training for your business, alongside advice and cover for Employment Law, Health and Safety and Tax Issues, but we are also committed to working on a National level to help protect and promote the fish and chip industry. If you have an issue, we will fight your corner.

The NFFF regularly chair promotions meetings with key industry suppliers and stakeholders in order to pull together all the support available to push the fish frying industry forward.

We represent fish and chips on many industry boards, ensuring that we have a voice when the decisions are made that will affect you and your business.

When there is a media story about fish and chips, we speak out to support the industry and try to ensure the right message gets through to the public.

The NFFF is working hard to ensure fish stocks are preserved for future generations of friers to continue ply their trade.

We are involved in many initiatives to raise industry standards, such as the National Fish and Chip Awards, The Drywite Young Fish Frier of the Year competition and our own Fish and Chip Quality Award. By raising standards we can help maintain fish and chips as the Nation's favourite meal. Customer expectations are increasing all the time; it is important that fish and chip shops are of a high standard to compete in the modern environment.

Our industry magazine - The Fish Friers Review - is the only dedicated fish and chip magazine dedicated to its members, written by friers for friers. It is a valuable source of information to keep up to date with the latest in fish and chips.

We need your support to help us do the work we do, the more support we get the more we can achieve. By working together, thousands of independent takeaways can achieve more to promote this great British Industry.

Ask yourself 'Can I afford not to be a member?'

For more information, please e-mail Eileen Kane at e.kane@federationoffishfriers.co.uk alternatively, please call NFFF head office on 0113 230 7044.