• Molly's Fish and Chips

Protecting Britain's National Dish of fish and Chips

Dear Customers,

The world around us is changing, and it's changing fast. Many of the raw materials and ingredients that we use to freshly prepare your Fish & Chips are increasing in price. As a result of these changes, we will have to consider our prices too. We hope that our explanations below will help you understand what is going on.

FISH The reduction in some fishing quotas and high demand in Cod and Haddock worldwide has resulted in less fillets being available: what is available is at a higher price.

POTATOES& PEAS The hot, dry summer, dramatically affected the potato and pea crops, reducing supply and causing price increases.

FLOUR Wheat has also been affected the summer, producing lower yields and increasing prices.

FRYING OILS & FATS Currency is the driving force in fats and oils, resulting in fluctuating prices since Brexit was announced.

PLASTIC PACKAGING REFORMS Reducing the use of plastic packaging has put pressure on paper-based alternatives causing significant price increases.

We hope this information helps to explain why we are having to adjust the prices of our Fish & Chips. This will enable us to continue to serve you a quality product, freshly prepared.

Thank you for your custom.