Evesham Enterprise is frying high - The Evesham Observer

Evesham Enterprise is frying high

Evesham Editorial 22nd May, 2015 Updated: 20th Oct, 2016   0

AN EVESHAM chippy is ‘frying high’ after scooping second place in the National Fish and Chip Awards 2015 for their loyal commitment to Wychavon communities.

Evesham-based StarChip Enterprise company served up second in the Best Seasonal Fish and Chip Operator category of the prestigious awards in London earlier this year, for their dedicated service to supply customers in rural villages, using their specially designed fish and chip van.

The family-run business only use local produce which travels no less than ten miles from farm to fork, and only use the latest environmentally friendly and biodegradable packaging and wrapping.

Owner of StarChip Enterprise, Jeff Warren, said he was over the moon with claiming second pace at the awards said: “We pride ourselves on the finest quality fish sourced from sustainable and well managed fishing grounds.




“Our fresh fish is prepared and cooked by chefs with a wealth of experience and a certification in the Fish Frying course run by the National Federation of Fish Fryers, so the proof really is in the final product and the taste sensation it packs.

“We source the best local quality foods and our cod and haddock are line caught only from sustainable fisheries and easily traceable.


“We love being based in Wychavon and we feel a great sense of pride in what we do as the people are very friendly and supportive of us.”

For more information on StarChip Enterprise and to find out the dates they will be visiting villages across Evesham and Pershore call 01386 570470, or visit their website www.starchipenterprise.co.uk

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