Suppliers

T Bush

Thomas Bush established a smoked fish business from his doorstep in Stepney before WWII. Over several generations, the company developed into a retail and wholesale fish business, operating out of historic Billingsgate Market.
T. Bush is committed to sustainability, and adheres to the guidelines set out by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and Seafish. All the cod and haddock is responsibly sourced from Peterhead, while the sole and plaice used at Poppie’s are fished from day boats in Cornwall.

Minghella

Minghella is an ice cream company, based on the Isle of Wight at Briddlesford Lodge Farm, which is known for its 140-strong herd of award-winning Guernsey cows, whose milk is pumped straight from the milking parlour into Minghella’s kitchens. The family-run business was established in 1950 by Italian master gelatier Edward Minghella and his wife Gloria, and now run by their daughter, Gioia and her husband Richard.

Cartmel Pudding

This Cumbrian company is famed for its sticky toffee pudding, once described by Jean Cristophe Novelli as “definitely the best sticky toffee pudding in the world.” The award-winning pudding is made by hand from 100% natural ingredients, and is the perfect way to round-off to a meal at Poppie’s.

Masters & Co. Ltd

Is a family-run business which was established in 1926. Now in its fourth generation, the company is one of Poppie’s’ trusted suppliers, whose potatoes are used to make their legendary chips. Depending on growing conditions, Masters & Co. often deliver Maris Pipers, or Spanish Agria – both of which have great texture, and make a chip to be proud of.

Sustainability

Provenance is important to us at Poppie’s, which is why we use trusted fish supplier and friend, Joe Bush – who works to the guidelines set out by the Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) and Seafish.

Here at Poppie’s, we are committed to sustainability, which is why we make sure that our supply chain carries certification. That way, we can do our best to ensure that people will be able to enjoy fish and chips for generations to come.