Quality award served up to Yate chippy

June 30 2015

A YATE chippy has scooped a quality award from the trade body of the fish and chip industry.

A YATE chippy has scooped a quality award from the trade body of the fish and chip industry.
Pisces, in Station Road, received the accolade from the 102-year-old National Federation of Fish Friers (NFFF), which represents the nation’s chip shops.
It runs the scheme to help raise standards and to reward and promote shops that provide good quality products and high standards of hygiene.
The award for Pisces, run by Julia Holbrook, will be valid for two years, when it will be re-assessed.
 To qualify for the award, each shop is inspected and assessed on presentation, hygiene and cleanliness, staff training, equipment, frying and sales skills and the quality of the food provided.
Richard Wardell, of the NFFF, said: “Pisces clearly takes pride in where it sources its fish and potatoes. Achieving the quality award provides reassurance to customers that they are being served cooked food using high-quality ingredients.”