NEODA publishes codes of practice for members use to ensure the highest industry standards are met. These include those listed below.
This document sets out clearly the legal requirements of members with regards to labelling products correctly.
These guidelines set out the legal requirements for members packing edible oils. Although it is required by law that liquid edible oils are sold by volume, it is often more accurate to control filling by weight and these guidelines set out the relationship between the volumes of edible oil at different temperatures and their weights.
This Code of Practice covers the cleaning of any bulk container capable of holding a volume greater than 25L and includes valves, caps and any other accessories. The Code sets out a number of principles and members must demonstrate their adherence to these before they are allowed to use the NEODA logo on the container.
This Code of Practice covers the cleaning of any refillable container capable of holding a volume less than 25L. The Code sets out a number of principles and members must demonstrate their adherence to these before they are allowed to use the NEODA logo on the container.
It is important that edible oils and fats are stored and packed correctly to avoid oxidation. These guidelines set out good practices to ensure that the product remains in pristine condition.
Pure mustard seed oil cannot be sold as a foodstuff due to its high erucic acid content. This document sets out the legislative requirements for selling mustard seed as an edible oil.
This note clarifies the facts about peanut oil and allergenicity and answers some of the most frequently asked questions.
This Code of Practice has been developed by NEODA to assist businesses that transport packed edible oils to ensure that the highest standards of distribution are adhered to.
Members of NEODA can be audited for compliance with all Rules, Guidelines and Codes of Practice of the Association.
Fish and Chip lovers across the UK will be coming together again on Friday 7th June 2019 to once again celebrate the nation’s favourite dish and NEODA are proud to be organising this special day again. Following the phenomenal success of the event last year, National Fish & Chip Day 2019 will see people throughout the country celebrating their love of the this iconic meal from fish & chip shops, pub chains, restaurants, retailers, to the fishermen and farmers who provide the sustainable and natural ingredients used to create it. We want to help Fish & Chip shops across the UK benefit from this awareness day and can offer advice on decorating your shops, running special promotions and competitions and generally creating a huge buzz about fish and chips. Keep an eye on this website for further information.
NEODA offers huge congratulations to the winner of the National Independent Fish and Chip Shop of the Year for 2019 - Krispies Fish & Chips, Exmouth. Congratulations go to all the shops in the top ten who worked extremely hard to get to the final: Olley’s Fish Experience, Herne Hill, London; Lows, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire; The Dolphin Takeaway, Dungannon, County Tyrone; Harbour Lights, Falmouth, Cornwall; Captain’s Fish and Chips, Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire; Angel Lane Chippy, Penrith, Cumbria; Mister C’s, Selby, North Yorkshire; Papa’s Fish & Chips, Cleethorpes, Lincolnshire; The Crispy Cod, Tonyrefail, Rhonda Cynon Taff.