Awards and Accreditations
Hillycroft Fisheries are always striving to produce the best quality fish and chips.
MSC Sustainable Fish Certification
Following a successful audit, Hillycroft Fisheries have earned the coveted sustainable fish certificate from the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC). By displaying the MSC ecolabel along with our MSC certification number (MSC-C-53712), we are demonstrating our support for the health and ecology of the world’s oceans through sustainable fishing. We have full traceability of all the haddock we serve, details of which are displayed on a provenance poster in the shop every day.
We are proud that Hillycroft Fisheries is the first fish and chip shop in Morley to be MSC certified.
To find out more about MSC and the sustainability of the haddock we serve please visit www.msc.org.
NFFF Quality Award
Following a lengthy audit in October 2018, Hillycroft Fisheries has achieved the Qualty Award from the National Federation of Fish Friers (NFFF). This award was created to find the best fish and chip shops in the UK that have high levels of product quality and customer service. The award recognises:
- The UK’s best tasting and best quality fish and chips
- Sustainably sourced fish
- Fresh produce, prepared safely
- Clean, safe and hygienic premises
- Well trained staff
- Top quality customer service
Hillycroft Fisheries is currently the first and only fish and chip shop in Morley to hold the Quality Award.
Find out more about the NFFF Quality Award.
National Food Hygiene Rating
Hillycroft Fisheries holds 5 out of 5 stars in the Food Hygiene Rating scheme run by Leeds City Council. This is the highest rating possible.
During an inspection, an Environmental Health Officer appointed by the council visits food outlets to inspect the premises and focuses on the following:
- How food is handled, prepared and cooked
- The overall structure of the premises and the catering equipment, to ensure it is in good repair and working order
- Look at all our records to ensure we keep note of temperatures and cleaning rotas.
To find out more about the scheme visit the FSA website.