Colin Cromar joins the NFFF Board of Directors
The National Federation of Fish Friers (NFFF) are delighted to announce that Colin Cromar of The Fish Hoose has been co-opted onto the NFFF Board as Regional Director for Scotland.
Colin, owner of The Fish Hoose, became involved with the industry in 1984 when he started a summer job in Anstruther. After 20 years working alongside, and becoming partner with Ian and Ann Whyte, the original owners of the world famous Anstruther Fish Bar, he then owned the Frying Scotsman in Kinghorn before moving to Leith to open Tail End with a business partner. Colin then went on to open the award winning Cromars in St Andrews, alongside his business partner, they secured the regional title for Scotland in the Independent Takeaway category at the 2016 National Fish and Chip awards.
Colin and his wife Trish Cromar opened The Fish Hoose in 2017 and have since gained MSC certification together with achieving the NFFF Quality Award.
Colin will act as our first point of contact for any NFFF member in Scotland in need of any advice or guidance.
NFFF President, Andrew Crook said "We are delighted to welcome Colin onto the Board. The whole Board have met with Colin at various events across the years and have seen the passion and belief he has for the industry. I know that these are qualities which he will also apply to his role within the NFFF”.
Story By: NFFF
Date : 13-03-2018