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Go large with new Jumbo fish fingers



With fish fingers now a firm favourite among adults as well as children, Young’s Foodservice has launched a larger version of this popular menu must-have.


New Jumbo Fish Fingers are available both battered and breaded and follow research by Young’s Foodservice which reveal over a quarter of the population now name fish fingers as one of their favourite foods.

Young’s Chip Shop Jumbo Battered Cod Fish Fingers are coated in chip shop style batter, while the breaded version is coated in a golden breadcrumb. Ideal served alongside chips and mushy peas, they are also ideal for dipping or adding to wraps, subs and sandwiches.

Adrian Greaves, foodservice director at Young’s Foodservice, says: “Our latest research showed us that the nation’s love affair with fish fingers is still well and truly alive! With the Young’s Jumbo Fish Fingers we wanted to create a product that was the ideal size for operators to include on standard menus instead of the usual fish fingers they provide as part of their children’s menus/meals.

“We realise that fish fingers are no longer just for kids and their popularity with adults inspired us to cater for this need.”

Young’s Chip Shop Jumbo Battered Cod Fish Fingers are available in case sizes of 36 x 70g and Young's Jumbo Breaded Minced Cod Fish Fingers are available in 60 x 56g.
Young’s Foodservice 0800 132 096 www.youngsfoodservice.co.uk

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