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fried fish and french-fried potatoes

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But the Tyneside winners are far from being the only great fish and chip shops in our region.
Former marketing director Barrie Richards, who was made redundant, launched his first fish and chip shop in Pudsey after talking to staff at business transfer agent Ernest Wilson about buying a business and securing finance from Lloyds TSB Commercial in Huddersfield.
Only 250 UK chip shops out of 11,500 have so far been given the award.
Sandra Minchella's Fish & Chip Shop of Sunderland will be one of the 100 shops in the UK supporting a national fundraising day as part of the National Federation of Fish Friers' (NFFF) Chip-In for Charity event.
Trevor Rands of Something's Cooking fish and chip shop, who in 1989 reached the |regional finals of the Chip Shop of the Year competition
They came out ahead of four other rivals in the area heats to reach the next stage of the National Fish and Chip Shop of the Year Competition.
Eventually, we do want to build a fish and chip shop in Aberdeen.
Last year fish and chip shops sold more than 272 million meals, with one in ten of the population visiting a shop at least once a week.
GOOD FOOD: Kerry McFadden launches the Fish and Chip Shop contest
WRITER Irvine Welsh is penning a history of Scotland's fish and chip shops.
We won't persuade people to stop visiting chip shops, so we aim to encourage the shop owners to improve the healthiness of their products.
Every year Britain's chip shops sell up to 276 million meals.
The annual competition, run by seafood company Seafish, recognises the quality, value and choice offered by fish and chip shops across the UK.
The business supplies fat and oils, fish, sausages and other fresh products to 2,500 chip shops and caterers in Scotland and Northern England.
The owner of three fish and chip shops in Redcar and Whitby says the industry is still thriving.