With customers still looking to get their fish supper fix, chip shop owners continue to adapt amidst the pandemic. But where do they go from here?
As lockdown continues with restrictions only slightly eased, a trip to your local chipper to pick up a haddock supper sounds almost too good to be true – or too similar to life before Covid-19.
With more and more people itching to get a taste of normality back into their lives, fish and chip shops across the country have been slowly reopening to the public, following initial closures.
As some of the first food firms to trial different ways of working, chip shop owners have been tasked with incredible challenges, trying to ensure staff and customers are kept safe while still providing their quality service to the public.