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Food hygiene accolade for P&O Ferries

The P&O Ferries fleet at Dover has been handed the highest possible score for food hygiene in its on board restaurants by the Food Standards Agency.

All seven of the company’s Dover-Calais ships gained a five-star rating under a scheme adopted by the local authority. The Food Hygiene Rating Scheme scores restaurants on the food preparation and hygiene standards that they adhere to so that consumers can choose the safest places to dine out within their local area. The businesses are rated on a scale from 0 to five, with five representing the best score for safety and cleanliness.

Steve Brown, Food Safety Manager at P&O Ferries, said: “It’s great to see that the efforts of our restaurant staff have been recognised by the local authority. With the new rating scheme, which measures us alongside traditional establishments ashore, consumers can be sure that they are in one of the best local restaurants when they eat on board one of our ships.”


Chris Laming, Brian Rees, Natalie Hardy, Michelle Ulyatt
Tel: +44(0)1304 863833 (24 hours)

3 April 2012