Barnacle Bill traditionally offered customers the option to takeaway, but in 1990 introduced a range of crockery and cutlery for dine-in customers.
But, in wanting to offer a consistent taste experience for customers whether eating in or taking away, Barnacle Bill began investigating a packaging option for in-store which would promote a premium experience, without compromise on the environment.
The General Manager said there was a nostalgic value in the move to this packaging offer.
“When you are handling seafood, the lovely sound that the crinkling paper makes and the cardboard box, just looks and sounds better,” Barnacle Bill's General Manager said.
“It reminds me of the old school sound of crumpling paper traditionally used to wrap fish and chips."
“We investigated cutlery to serve our food with and tried plastic eco cutlery, but found it snapped. Sustainable wooden cutlery was the best option for us.”