Good Catch Award finalist for third year running
October 21st 2014
Frankie’s has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Good Catch Award, part of the National Fish & Chip Awards, for the third year in a row.
Co-sponsored by the Marine Stewardship Council and the Marine Conservation Society, the award recognises fish and chip shops which successfully source and promote sustainably caught and harvested fish and shellfish.
We will compete against Kingfisher Fish & Chips in Plymouth and Olley’s Fish Experience in London for the top spot.
Frankie’s has already been chosen as the best fish and chip shop in Scotland in the 2015 National Fish & Chip Awards and will go head to head with nine other fish and chip shops from around the country for the title of best in the UK.
All the winners will be announced at a special event to be held in London in January. The annual awards are organised by Seafish.
“At Frankie’s 98 per cent of the fish and shellfish we sell comes from sustainable stocks, so we’re delighted to have been shortlisted in the Good Catch Award,” said Frankie’s manager Carlyn Kearney.
“More and more fish and chip shops are realising the benefits to customers, fishermen and the planet of sourcing sustainable produce, and we are proud to be doing our bit and promoting those benefits in the process.”