11 May 2016
31 July 2018
28 December 2012
Fish and chips was traditionally wrapped in old newspaper up until the 1980s when it was declared unsafe for food to come into contact with newspaper ink without grease-proof paper in between.
24 February 2015
28 January 2015
The Chesterford Group, which owns the fishnchickn and Churchill’s brands, is ditching its polystyrene fish and chip trays in favour of bespoke, environmentally friendly, corrugated board versions.
22 January 2015
Kent-based Ring Containers wants to encourage more friers to ask for its easy to use, environmentally friendly Bottle-in-Box when buying their frying oil
23 December 2014
To help friers comply with the new Food Information Regulation, Planglow has introduced a range of three labels that can be applied directly to packaging.
15 December 2014
Paper Traders International is offering readers of frymagazine.com a special discounted rate on its top quality greaseproof paper.
09 October 2014
Disposables company Huhtamaki can help friers tackle new allergen regulations by printing essential information directly onto packaging