National Federation of Fish Friers

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National Federation of Fish Friers
Legal statusNon-profit organisation
PurposeFish and chip shops in the UK
Region served
10,500 fish and chip shops
NFFF President
Andrew Crook
Main organ
NFFF Board of Directors

The National Federation of Fish Friers (NFFF) is a British trade association for the fish and chips trade.


Its headquarters are in Leeds, West Yorkshire. Standard membership as of 2017 is £193 a year. It has 12 regions.


It was founded in 1913 and has about 8,500 members.[1]


It runs training courses[2] and speaks for the trade.[3][4] It runs the Customer Service Skills and Fish Frying Skills qualifications for the Seafish authority.


It runs the Young Fish Frier of the Year Award.


Its monthly magazine The Fish Friers Review (no apostrophe) was founded as The National Fish Caterers’ Review in 1925.[5]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "NFFF home page". Retrieved 19 September 2009.
  2. ^ Savage, Danny (18 September 2009). "Could chips be a recession-buster". BBC News. Retrieved 19 September 2009.
  3. ^ "UK backs tracking system to net pirate fishermen". Department for International Development. Archived from the original on 5 October 2009. Retrieved 19 September 2009. David Audley, President of the group that represents 10,000 fish and chip shop owners in the UK, said: "The National Federation of Fish Friers (NFFF) strongly advise ... "
  4. ^ Pollock named Colin in April 2009 by Sainsburys
  5. ^ "Fish Friers Review" (PDF). The Fish Friers Review (September 2009): 1. September 2009.

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