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Fish and Chips are Britain’s greatest-ever double act

It is a British tradition that has brought joy to millions of families for more than 150 years.
Now one of Britain’s favourite dishes, fish and chips, has been voted as the country’s greatest-ever double act.  The meal polled above the likes of Posh and Becks and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in a survey of the top 50 British combinations.
The survey asked 1,000 adults to choose their favourite British pairing, from areas such as comedy, music, food, business or sport.
Second in the list was tea and biscuits, followed closely by comedy duo Eric Morecambe and Ernie Wise, who polled at number three.
The rest of the top ten was dominated by classic food pairings, including bacon and eggs, roast beef and Yorkshire pudding, sausage and mash and strawberries and cream.
Other duos which clinched a top ten spot included The Two Ronnies, otherwise known as Ronnie Corbett and Ronnie Barker, and fictitious duo Sherlock Holmes and Dr Watson.
The survey was commissioned by chocolate brand Elizabeth Shaw to launch their latest
LINPAC is proud to play its part in the success of fish and chips as one of the biggest packaging suppliers to Britain’s fish fryers.
Our HOTpacs and catering trays are regularly used by most of the finalists in the National Fish and Chip Awards used by a further six of the ten finalists.
LINPAC’s HOTpacs are excellent quality, reasonably priced and easy to use. The FC range of HOTpacs offer the ideal packaging solution for fish and chip shop owners – made from  EPS, they have been designed to keep contents warm and its unique air flow technology helps prevent fish and chips going soggy or sticking to the box, meaning customers enjoy the same quality food as they bought on site.
HOTpacs are also the lowest carbon footprint packaging option available for fish and chip show owners, and do not produce any greenhouse gasses if they are disposed of in landfill. Additionally, the energy consumption used in their manufacture can be recovered through incineration.

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