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Fish ‘n’ Chips

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When the master mould for the original Fish & Chips developed a fault in 2009, after 20 years Hazle called it a day! After only five paintings, this version is now replaced by the new Colmans’ model. The Deep Blue chain from South England uses sustainable fish.

 A Deep Blue takeaway and cafe.

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Hazle Ceramics
Fish ‘n’ Chips
Only 5 Pieces Painted
on Pateley Bridge 2

£46.50 Worldwide
With Free Postage

 70% recycled boxes. The UK’s first gluten-free option is very popular too.

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Maris Piper potatoes in the Cambridgeshire fens for great chips, freshly prepared each day by Deep Blue. 

 Deep Blue’s cod and haddock is from vessels in the Barents Sea north of Norway, the North Atlantic off Iceland and the Faroe Islands. No fish from the badly-managed North Sea is used.

Sustainable Fish
The very few fish not under any threat include mackerel, red mullet, sardines and pilchards. There is an over reliance on the big five of cod, haddock, salmon, tuna and prawns - but only certain species from specific sources or catch methods are safe. Monkfish, skate, rays, whiting, lobster, shark, scampi, dogfish and eel are all endangered. The downloadable goodfishguide.com has more detail.

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