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Claim your FREE Enjoy Fish & Chips Toolkit worth £25

The first 500 toolkits will also contain a free Drywite stainless steel mesh fish drainer

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Enjoy Fish & Chips is here to offer fish and chip businesses more insight than ever before about fish and chips with Great Britain’s biggest ever fish and chips research study. We (Seafish, AHDB and our industry partners) have spoken to more than 1,500 people across the country to find out what they really think about fish and chips. We visited hundreds of shops to compare portion sizes, and analysed the nutritional content of a huge array of different servings as part of our research. The information we have gathered will help support the industry for years to come and keep fish and chips as the nation’s favourite meal.

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We love fish and chips!

While the results from our study tell us what customers really value when it comes to choosing what they want, one thing is absolutely crystal clear: Great Britain still loves fish and chips! Here are some eye-opening facts to get you thinking.

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independent fish and chip shops are estimated to be operating in UK

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382 million

portions of fish and chips are eaten every year in Great Britain

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£1.2 billion

spent annually on fish and chips in UK

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of people visit fish and chip shops every year

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portions of fish and chips were served in one day in Marini’s in Glasgow back in 1999. This is still a world record

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of people who buy fish and chips buy it as a family meal to eat at home

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Register here to get full access to the report as well as the Enjoy Fish & Chips website, which includes the latest consumer, retail and nutritional research findings. Armed with this knowledge, fish and chip businesses - from traditional takeaways to the wider food service industry including restaurants, pubs and hotels - can look to attract even more customers, boost profitability, reduce waste and protect their businesses and the fish and chip industry for generations to come.