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David Miller elected NFFF regional director



David Miller, co-owner of Millers Fish & Chips in Haxby, York, has been elected regional director for England at the NFFF.


David has been involved in the fish and chip industry for over 30 years, managing his family shop with his wife Lesley and son Nick, who joined the business in 2015.

Millers is currently the UK’s No. 1 Independent Takeaway and has been a member of the NFFF for 32 years. It has held the NFFF Quality Award continuously since its beginning in 1997.

Alongside his new role as a NFFF board of director, David will continue to provide training on behalf of the NFFF both at its academy in Leeds and in shops, a role he has held for two years. 

Andrew Crook has been re-elected as NFFF president, as has Craig Maw as NFFF vice-president.

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