There are hundreds of British fish and chip shops working with
LoSalt to offer customers a healthier way to enjoy salt with our GoLo campaign
Kingfisher Fish and Chips in Plymouth has been crowned as our June 'Chip Shop of the Month'. Craig Maw who owns Kingfisher signed up to the GoLo campaign in March 2014, pledging to offer LoSalt as a healthier alternative to their customers.
The Ministry of Defense recently held a Health Fayre event at Kentigern House in Glasgow
LoSalt is proud to be involved in a new initiative to promote the nutritional value of fish and chips, one of the nation’s favourite takeaways.
Fishcity based in Ballynahinch, Co. Down are this month's Chip Shop of the Month. Owner, Grainne Lavery said, "It's important to us to offer our customer a range of choices so they can make informed decisions about the food they eat."
LoSalt is delighted to be shortlisted for the Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards for the Commitment to Health category for our GoLo initiative.
This month's Chip Shop of the Month is Harbourside Fish & Chip Shop In Plymouth. Manager, Tom Hughes said "lowering salt has always been a target for the shop"
Fish and chips shops across Leicestershire will be using a reduced sodium salt alternative from this week, thanks to a new initiative led by Blaby District Council in partnership with LoSalt.
This month's Chip Shop of the Month is Towngate Fisheries. Owner, Mark Drummond said "Our customers come to us to buy fish and chips and we want to offer them the best tasting and healthiest product possible".
This month saw us taking our GoLo campaign to the FRY I.T. Exhibition at Bournemouth International Centre.
Students from the University of Chester were raising awareness of salt intake levels at the recent Chester Food and Nutrition Fair.
We chatted with Strathclyde University Student Union Head Chef
and 2011 LoSalt Salt Smart Award winner Andy Pirrie about LoSalt
and how it plays an important role in his new healthier menu